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Research - JUNE 4, 2021

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U.S. pension funds led capital allocations to alternatives in 2020

by Kali Persall

Some $103 billion in capital allocations across 600 investment mandates were made to alternatives last year, according to a new study by alternatives technology provider Vidrio Financial. The study assessed 50 institutional investors.

According to the report, real estate, private equity, private debt and hedge funds all gathered large sums of capital, primarily in second half 2020.

The 10 most active allocators in alternative asset classes were ranked as follows:

The $286 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System, with an alternative investment exposure of $91 billion The $235 billion Florida State Board of Administration, with an alternative investment exposure of $59 billion The $165 billion Washington State Investment Board, with an alternative investment exposure of $59 billion The $248 billion New York State Common Retirement Fund, with an alternative investment exposure of $56 billion The $92 billion V
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