Investors - OCTOBER 19, 2016

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SWIB considers increasing target allocation to real estate

by Jody Barhanovich

The $87.5 billion State of Wisconsin Investment Board will consider a potential increase in its target allocation to real estate, according to board-meeting documents. SWIB’s allocation to real estate would be increased from 7 percent to 8 percent, potentially increasing its investment in real estate by $1 billion, as the pension fund has an actual allocation to real estate of 7 percent.

Recently, SWIB invested $150 million in T-C U.S. Super Regional Mall Fund, a U.S. shopping center fund managed by TH Real Estate. In addition, SWIB previously committed $200 million to two real estate funds and

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