State of Wisconsin Investment Board approves $692.3m in commitments

The US public pension has backed ten private equity funds.

Institution: State of Wisconsin Investment Board
Headquarters: Madison, United States
AUM: $122.22bn
Allocation to alternatives: 18.20%
Bitesize: $50-100m

State of Wisconsin Investment Board has approved 10 commitments to private equity funds, according to the pension’s latest quarterly report.

The commitments comprise of $50 million to Warwick Partners IV, $100 million to Trident VIII, $100 million to Providence Strategic Growth IV, €75 million ($82.5 million) to Investindustrial Fund VII, £20 million ($24.8 million) to Inflexion Enterprise Fund V, $50 million to GSO European Senior Debt Fund II, $75 million to Clearlake Opportunities Partners II, $50 million to Clairvest Equity Partners VI, $50 million to Bookend Capital Partners I and €100 million ($110 million) to Advent International GPE IX.

The $122.22 billion US public pension has a 9.0 percent actual and target allocation to private equity and debt, which are grouped together within the pension’s portfolio.

As illustrated below, State of Wisconsin Investment Board has made 11 commitments to private equity funds with a 2019 vintage, which combined constitute $861.8 million.

Platinum subscribers may click here for the investor’s full profile, including key contacts, allocation strategy and fund investments.