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Connecticut IAC allocates to private equity, begins search for new CIO

The $38 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds added two new private equity commitments, and learned about three other…

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Teachers’ pension adds three funds in real estate, private equity

The $163 billion Teachers’ Retirement System of Texas in Austin continues to build out its alternative investment portfolios with $880…

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Foundation seeds unique property-focused impact fund

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is among a number of investors involved in the launch of a…

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VRS allocates $500m to private market funds

Trustees for the $89 billion Virginia Retirement System (VRS) were told of the selection of three new alternative investment managers…

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Asian investors partner for real estate opportunity

Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and the National Pension Service of Korea (KPS) have both partnered with alternative investment specialists…

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Quebec pension places renewable energy at top of the alts agenda

Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) recently announced a $1 billion commitment to Chicago-based renewable energy developer Invenergy…

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Washington approves $650m in additional private equity, real estate commitments

The Washington State Investment Board has approved two new investments at trustees' December meeting. Luminate Capital Partners III will receive…

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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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Connecticut adds $450m to alts, taps consultant

Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden following the Investment . . . Continue Reading With a Free Trial Unlock this article…

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Massachusetts pension places over $600m in alts strategies, taps RE advisors

The $80 billion Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board in Boston approved five new fund allocations as officials reported…

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