The investment advisory council for the $47 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds is considering a series of new private equity, private credit and real assets investments in a further diversification of the portfolio.
Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden outlined allocations to private markets firms Clearlake and Tiger Infrastructure Partners at this week’s council meeting.
Chief Investment Officer Ted Wright updated officials on the fund’s calendar year performance, which was punctuated by a 49% gain in the private equity portfolio. This was followed by consulting firms Hamilton Lane, NEPC and Meketa Investment . . .
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