The $36 billion Texas County and District Retirement System (TCDRS) in Austin added another nine funds over the past month across its private credit, private equity and real estate portfolios.
The total amount committed to the latest grouping of alternative investment firms was $595 million and crossed a diverse set of strategies in a year when trustees have already placed over $300 million with managers in January through early March.
The majority of capital went to strategic . . .
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