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Rhode Island pension adds relative value credit

Trustees for the $9 billion Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island approved a $40 million allocation to Aristeia Capital within…

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Kern County plans hedge fund consulting RFP, eyes more alts

The $4.5 billion Kern County Employees’ Retirement Association staff is preparing a request for proposals (RFP) for hedge fund consulting…

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Pensions committed to diversity, despite the challenges of remaining virtual

Back in October, Meketa Investment Group welcomed 136 assets managers to meet with investors representing $318 billion in assets to…

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New York pension allocates $700m to credit, absolute return strategies

The $226 billion New York State Common Retirement Fund retained its alternative investing spree last month with two new allocations.…

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Iowa pension to add more than $2bn to alts spectrum in 2021

The Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System (IPERS) plans allocations to private equity, private credit, private real assets, and liquid absolute…

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Illinois pension builds diversity commitment, adds alts managers

The $54 billion Illinois Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) Board of Trustees boosted the size of the pension system’s emerging manager…

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Galaxy Plus MAP platform adds four funds

Chicago-based Galaxy Plus had a busy summer that has culminated in new additional managers on its platform and a new…

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NJ pension system invests in data infrastructure, ILS

The $78 billion New Jersey Division of Investment approved two additional alternative investment allocations totaling $250 million at its trustee…

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Crypto asset specialist Aaro adds three senior execs

Aaro Capital announced the addition of three senior team members to its growing firm, which is focused on a fund…

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Taking a closer look at Harvard’s alts gains

As Harvard Management Company (HMC) reported a return of 7.3% for the 12 months ending June 30, private equity and…

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