The $43 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds has added three new allocations totaling $350 million across the alternative investment spectrum, according to an announcement from the Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden.
Wooden, who recently announced he wouldn’t seek re-election this fall, announced the allocations during the state’s Investment Advisory Council meeting this week. The funds approved were Clearlake Capital Partners VII ($125 million); Clearlake Partners III ($125 million); and Tiger Infrastructure Partners III ($100 . . .
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