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PE funds among $1.6bn Oregon Investment Council alt investment fund allocation

The Oregon Public Employees Retirement System has committed a total of around $1.6 billion to 11 alternative investment funds, including private equity and venture capital funds, according to a report by Pensions & Investments Online.

The Oregon Public Employees Retirement System has committed a total of around $1.6 billion to 11 alternative investment funds, including private equity and venture capital funds, according to a report by Pensions & Investments Online.

The allocations were confirmed by the Oregon Investment Council, which oversees the main pension system’s investments, and also investment made by the Oregon Common School Fund.

Buyout fund GTCR XIV received a $265 million allocation, made up of $200 million for the pension fund and $65 million for the Common School Fund, while a total of €230 million was also committed to buyout fund Vitruvian Investment Partners V, managed by Vitruvian Partners – €225 million ($237 million) for the pension fund and €5 million for the Common School Fund.

Officials also committed a combined $165 million to buyout fund CVC Capital Partners Asia VI – $150 million for the pension fund and $15 million for the Common School Fund – plus a combined $150 million on behalf of the pension fund to four Asia-focused venture capital funds managed by GGV Capital – GGV IX, GGV IX Plus, GGV Discovery IV US, and GGV Discovery IV.
 

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