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  1. LACERA earmarks $450 million for alternatives

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association committed a total of $450 million to alternative investments.

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  1. LACERA goes with 2 Union Square Ventures funds

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association, Pasadena, Calif., committed up to $10 million each to two Union Square Ventures' funds: USV Opportunity 2014 and USV 2014.

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  2. Carlyle Group raises $13 billion for sixth buyout fund

    trueThe Carlyle Group held a final close of $13 billion for Carlyle Partners VI, a U.S. corporate buyout fund.

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  3. LACERA picks 4 opportunistic credit managers to run $200 million each

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association committed $200 million each to four firms for opportunistic multistrategy credit allocations.

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  4. LACERA earmarks $450 million for 3 private equity funds

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association, Pasadena, Calif., made about $450 million in private equity commitments, said David Kushner, CIO of the $42.5 billion pension fund.

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  5. LACERA picks Heitman, Clarion and Stockbridge for real estate

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association, Pasadena, Calif., committed $200 million each to Heitman, Clarion Partners and Stockbridge Capital Group for real estate separate accounts, said John McClelland, principal investment officer-real estate at the $41.7 billion pension fund, in an ...

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  6. LACERA earmarks up to $200 million for 2 private equity managers

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association committed up to $150 million to private equity fund Silver Lake Partners IV and up to $50 million to Riordan, Lewis & Haden Equity Partners' RLH Investors III.

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  7. LACERA searching for real estate managers

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association issued an RFP for one or more real estate investment firms capable of investing in core, value-added and opportunistic strategies.

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  8. LACERA taps Grosvenor Capital for opportunistic credit

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association committed an additional $200 million to a customized hedge fund-of-funds portfolio managed by Grosvenor Capital Management focused on opportunistic credit.

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  9. LACERA slates search for global custody, commercial banking

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association issued an RFP for global custody and commercial banking services.

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  10. Los Angeles County cuts core, hikes opportunistic in fixed-income shift

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association will reduce core fixed income by $1.6 billion and increase opportunistic fixed income by $1.65 billion.

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  11. LACERA commits to real estate fund

    trueLos Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association committed $100 million to CityView Bay Area II.

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  12. L.A. County Employees system commits to 2 funds

    trueLos Angeles County Employees Retirement Association committed up to $100 million to Wayzata Opportunities Fund III and up to $75 million to Clearlake Capital Partners III.

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  13. LACERA on lookout for 3 investment officers

    trueLos Angeles County Employees Retirement Association, Pasadena, Calif., is searching for three investment officers — for global equities, buyouts/special situations and for venture capital.

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