Investors - MARCH 25, 2016

New Mexico SIC commits $100m to energy fund

by Zoë Wolff

The $20 billion New Mexico State Investment Council has committed $100 million to Carlyle Power Partners II, according to Charles Wollmann, spokesperson for the investment council.

The energy fund, which launched in 2014, is managed by The Carlyle Group and invests in power generation and other assets, primarily in North America. Other investors in the fund include the New Mexico Public Employees Retirement Association and the Maine Public Employees Retirement System.

The investment council previously invested in Carlyle/Riverstone Global Energy & Power Fund III in 2006, according to IREI’s FundTracker database

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