The Investment Advisory Council for the Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds were informed of over $1 billion in new alternative investment commitments at this week’s meeting.
Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden outlined all the new private equity and real asset commitments that also reflected targets within low-carbon infrastructure and climate risk focused strategies.
Hollyport funds received key investments within the $47 billion retirement system’s private equity portfolio. A $125 million commitment was made to the Hollyport Secondary Opportunities Fund VIII and $50 million into the Hollyport Overage Fund, which provides exposure . . .
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