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The pension plan fast-tracked adoption of an ‘allowable allocation’ of up to 15% to allow for flexibility in times of volatility.
Managers should get ready for internationalisation, downward pressure on fees and bigger private capital allocations, should the current wave of mergers come to pass.
Private equity is failing to find its voice or properly engage with its detractors and the barrage of criticism won’t stop until it does.
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Tallahassee, Florida
The $164bn pension plan, which is focused on getting more exposure to smaller managers in Europe, finds language and regulatory differences within the EU still tough to navigate.
Alaska
The $68bn investor has received 'unsolicited proposals' to partially outsource and invest its alternative asset investment unit.
Giant investors
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There was a surprising amount of consensus, says Sean Collins, service manager (pensions) at Oxfordshire County Council.
Paris, France
The €33bn Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites' supervisory board will review its asset allocation plan in April.
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