Florida creates infrastructure allocation

An investment policy approved by the trustees of the Florida State Board of Administration will give the state’s $110bn retirement system the flexibility to invest up to 2% of its assets in infrastructure. The move is part of a broader portfolio transition that shifted about 10% of allocations away from listed equities and fixed income towards alternatives.

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