Some of the nation's largest pension plans poured more than $7 billion across private equity, private debt, real estate and hedge funds in April, according to Alternatives Watch’s latest Investor Scorecard ranking.
It is more than double the tally from March when roughly $3 billion in new mandates were completed and builds on the $13 billion in allocations reported in the first quarter of 2021.
Most of April’s activity was at the Washington State Investment Board (WSIB) that approved a total of seven investments, putting roughly $4.2 billion to . . .
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