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Connecticut names private capital consultant finalists

Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden’s office named . . . Continue Reading With a Free Trial Unlock this article instantly,…

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LA pension rolls into PE, credit opportunities

The $20 billion Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System (LACERS) announced the addition of two alternative investment managers to its…

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Texas Teachers adds more than $700m to latest alts round

The $160 billion Teachers’ Retirement System of Texas added six funds to its alternative investment line up last month for…

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Virginia adds more than $1.5bn across credit, PE and real assets

The $82 billion Virginia Retirement System has had a busy autumn, with allocations to European middle-market credit, U.S. real estate…

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Texas public pension boosts PE, lending portfolios by over $700m

The $31 billion Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS) in Austin has had a busy two months, with a…

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New Mexico commits $375m across private equity, debt funds and RE

The $28 billion New Mexico State Investment Council approved allocations to five different alternative investment funds totaling $375 million in…

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NY State Common adds more than $860m to alts

The $216 billion New York State Common Retirement Fund allocated across a spectrum of alternative investments to the tune of…

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Florida adds more than $2bn in debt, PE and real estate in Q3

The $208 billion Florida State Board of Administration allocated $2.3 billion across a variety of alternative investments in the third…

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Minnesota fund adds $1 billion to private equity, credit

The $100 billion Minnesota State Board of Investment in St. Paul significantly ramped up its investments in private equity and…

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Pennsylvania pension adds PE investments despite Apollo setback

The $61 billion Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement Board (PSERS) has allocated nearly $400 million to private equity funds despite…

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