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Austin Police Pension Defers Decision on Hedgies

The $620 million City of Austin Police Retirement System will meet with four firms being considered for a hedge fund of funds mandate next month, Sampson Jordan, CEO at the plan said Thursday.

L.A. Fire and Police Pension Preps for Searches

U.S. Equity: The Board at the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension (LAFPP) will discuss criteria for upcoming searches, documents prepared for its Aug. 21 meeting indicate.

City of Atlanta Pension Poses Real Estate RFI

Real Estate: The City of Atlanta General Employees’ Pension Fund (GEPF) Board, with the assistance of investment consultant Callan Associates, is currently entertaining a new request for information from interested real estate managers, confirmed Richard Larimer, pension board administrator from the GEMGroup

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NMERB Gives Go-Ahead to $100M in Commitments

Alternative Investments: The New Mexico Educational Retirement Board (NMERB) approved $100 million in new investment commitments last week.

Winchester Retirement Fund Reissues Real Estate RFP

Real Estate: The Winchester, Mass. Contributory Retirement System has agreed to reissue a prior search for real estate fund managers, confirmed Karen Manchuso, plan Board administrator.

Montana Board of Investments Places Two on Watch

International Equity: An expected update on portfolio activities at the Montana State Board of Investments (BOI) will reveal changes seen in the private equity, real estate, fixed-income and equity portfolios.

Pontiac Rethinks Kennedy Capital Commitment

The City of Pontiac, Mich. General Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees revisited a prior decision last month to commit to a Kennedy Capital Management small-cap fund, confirmed Deborah Munson, interim executive director.

Marin County Pension to Meet with Consultant Finalists

The Marin County Employees’ Retirement Association (MCERA) Board of Trustees is considering six firms to advise the plan on its investment portfolio decisions.

San Joaquin Prepping Consultant Search?

The San Joaquin County Employees’ Retirement Association (SJCERA) could release an RFP on the market next month.

Brandywine Selected for Fresno County Mandate

Fixed-Income: The Fresno County Employees’ Retirement Association (FCERA) has entered into contract negotiations with a firm to manage a global bond mandate, IMMP has learned.

Pontiac General Queues Up Kenny Capital Commitment

U.S. Equity: The City of Pontiac, Mich. General Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees elected recently to award Kennedy Capital Management, based in St. Louis, Mo., with a new small-cap allocation.

New Mexico PERA Moves Forward with KKR Fund

Alternative Investments: The Investment Committee atthe New Mexico Public Employees’ Retirement Association (NMPERA) approved a recommendation to invest in a fund offered by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) at its Aug. 12 meeting.

New Mexico PERA Moves Forward with KKR Fund

The Investment Committee atthe New Mexico Public Employees’ Retirement Association (NMPERA) approved a recommendation to invest in a fund offered by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) at its Aug. 12 meeting.

Tulare County Pension Prepares to Assess Risk

Alternative Investments: Trustees at the Tulare County Employees’ Retirement Association (TCERA) will be delving into the topic of risk over the next few months, Dave Kehler, administrator at the plan, said Thursday.

LACERA Terminates EII Capital Mandate

Real Estate: The Los Angeles County Employees’ Retirement Association (LACERA) has lightened its real estate manager roster, David Kushner, CIO at the pension fund, confirmed to IMMP.

New York Pension Adds to Global, Private Equity

Alternative Investments: A recent investment transaction report indicates that New York State Common Retirement Fund (CRF) added nearly $800 million to existing and new fund managers in global equity and private equity asset classes.

Wisconsin Investment Board Allocates to PE

Alternative Investments: Staff for the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) reportedly committed more than $400 million to private equity over the past quarter, IMMP has learned.

Direct Lending Talks on Deck at City of Fresno Retirement

The City of Fresno Retirement Systems’ (CFRS) Joint Board is interested in learning more about direct lending strategies.

MassPRIM Considers Alternative Consultant RFPs, Investments

Real Estate: The Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management (PRIM) Board is set to consider a slew of investment actions that will likely impact current and future investment relationships within its private equity, real estate and timber, and hedge fund asset classes.

L.A. Water and Power Plots Commission Recapture Chat

Trustees and staff at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Employee’s Retirement Plan (WPERP) will discuss commission recapture services at a meeting this Wednesday.

Fort Lauderdale Opts for State Street Index Funds

U.S. Equity: Board trustees for the Fort Lauderdale General Employees’ Retirement System (GERS) decided to follow the recommendation of investment consultant Dahab Associates to move a portion of its equity portfolio into index funds.

New Mexico PERA Could Allocate to KKR

Alternative Investments: Global asset management firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) could find itself on the receiving end of assets from the New Mexico Public Employees’ Retirement Association (NMPERA) following talks this week.

A/A Study Pushes Ahead at Cincinnati Pension Plan

Trustees at the $2.3 billion Cincinnati Retirement System (CRS) will continue to review the plan’s current investment portfolio over the next few months, Chris Meyer, chair of the Board, told IMMP Thursday.

Ann Arbor Agrees to Bradford & Marzec Termination

Fixed-Income: Following a fixed-income manager review, the more than $460 million Ann Arbor Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees decided to terminate Bradford & Marzec, a global fixed-income manager based out of Los Angeles, Calif.

Louisiana Teachers’ Approve Private Market Pacing Plan

Alternative Investments: For the 2015 fiscal year, the Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana (TRSL) Board of Trustees have sanctioned a new investment pacing schedule that will add more than $1 billion to the retirement system’s private market asset classes, confirmed Dana Brown, the plan's director of public markets.

Contra Costa County Prepping Consultant Search

The Contra Costa County Employees’ Retirement Association (CCCERA) is preparing to launch a search for investment advisory services, Gail Strohl, CEO at the pension plan, told IMMP.

Fairfield Schedules Fixed-Income Manager Talks

Fixed-Income: At a meeting next month, trustees for the City of Fairfield, Conn. Police and Fire Retirement Funds Board will interview three bond managers for a new international fixed-income allocation.

Fresno County to Consider Colony Commitment

Real Estate: The Fresno County Employees’ Retirement Association (FCERA) will review a recommendation to allocate assets to real estate investment firm Colony Capital at a meeting Wednesday

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