Institution: Minnesota State Board of Investment
Headquarters: St. Paul, United States
Allocation to alternatives: 13.80%
The Minnesota State Board of Investment has agreed to commit $200 million to TCW Direct Lending VII and $100 million to Credit Solutions Fund II, according to a recent report on the pension’s website. Both funds have a North American focus.
The $97.05 billion US public pension has a 25.0 percent target allocation to alternatives, which currently stands at 13.8 percent. The pension is known to have made four commitments to private debt funds with a 2018 vintage.
As illustrated in the charts below, Minnesota State Board of Investment has steadily increased its allocation to alternatives since 2014.
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