The fully funded Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) has generated strong returns and has increased its allocation targets to private markets.
As investment officials report 16.89% in performance gains in 2021, officials have upped the allocation to private equity/debt from 11% to 12%, while lowering the target to real estate to 7% from 8%. Inflation sensitive strategies were hiked to 19% from 16%.
Historically, the WRS Core Fund’s asset mix has been 50% or more to stocks and for 2022 that has been boosted to 52%.
The $158 billion State of . . .
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