The board of trustees for the $20 billion Arkansas Teachers’ Retirement System (ATRS) approved up to $60 million in commitments to two new alternative investment funds at its meeting this past week.
The awards were just the latest in the public pension plan’s private equity and real asset investment pacing plan. The board also reviewed an emerging manager report for ATRS for its fiscal year ended June 30.
At the Sept. 26 meeting, the ATRS board authorized an investment commitment of up to $30 million in J.F. Lehman Equity Investors VI . . .
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