NHRS seeking new leadership, private credit mandates

The $11.6 billion New Hampshire Retirement System’s Larry Johansen announced his retirement plans just as the system is about to administer $200 million to be committed to private credit this year.

Johansen plans to retire on Sept. 1 as the director of investments at the system. The private credit allocation was derived from a “2022 work plan” presented by NHRS’ consultant Callan, Marty Karlon, director of communications and legislative affairs, confirmed in an email.

Separately, at its November 19 Investment Committee meeting, NHRS approved a $50 million commitment to the Atalaya Special Opportunities . . .

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