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North Dakota Makes Infrastructure Commitment
The $5.2 billion North Dakota State Investment Board has committed $25 million to infrastructure manager Credit Suisse according to public documents from a September board meeting. The funding will come from Western Asset Management’s Global Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) portfolio.
The State Investment Board committed $100 million to the open-end, commingled J.P. Morgan Infrastructure Investment Fund in 2006.