New Jersey commits $250m
The New Jersey Division of Investment, which makes investments for the $78.7 billion New Jersey Pension Fund, has committed up to $250 million to invest in real estate and oil and gas strategies. The commitment was announced at a recent meeting of the New Jersey State Investment Council.
NJDI will commit up to $150 million to the co-investment vehicle NJ/HitecVision, managed by HitecVision, which will explore opportunities in offshore oil and gas shipping and support vehicles. NJDI previously invested $100 million with HitecVision VII in April 2014.
Additionally, the pension fund will commit up to $100 million to KSL Capital Partners IV, a fund sponsored by private equity firm KSL Capital Partners that focuses on travel and leisure properties such as hotels, resorts and golf courses, as well as related businesses.
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