Oregon taps another $1.1bn in private capital, eyes structured products

The Oregon Investment Council, which oversees a $127 billion investment portfolio that includes the Oregon Public Employees’ Retirement Fund, has completed investments with a number of funds in the private equity, real estate and alternatives space in recent months.

A total of $1.1 billion was allocated across seven funds, as trustees consider another $1.8 billion in structured products allocations this quarter as staff completes its redesign of the fixed-income program, according to a recording of trustees most recent meeting in September.

Within private equity two funds were selected -- Advent Global Technology II . . .

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