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  1. Oregon Investment Council backs bill to create independent investment agency

    trueA bill backed by the Oregon Investment Council that would establish the Oregon Investment Department as a new independent public investment agency was introduced Monday in the Oregon Legislature “by a bipartisan coalition of legislators, with additional legislators expressing interest in signing on ...

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  1. Oregon puts $200 million with AQR fund, eyes new investment beliefs

    trueOregon Investment Council committed $200 million to the AQR Style Premia long/short hedge fund strategy managed by AQR Capital Management and $500 million to an internally managed risk premia strategy.

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  2. Oregon Investment Council goes with William Blair for emerging markets equity

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $63.1 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem, hired William Blair to manage $100 million in emerging markets small-cap equity, confirmed spokesman James Sinks.

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  3. Oregon earmarks $100 million for Reservoir Capital fund

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $63 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem committed $100 million to Reservoir Capital Group's Reservoir Resource Partners.

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  4. Oregon Investment Council renews call for consultants

    trueOregon Investment Council has launched an RFP for one or more general investment consultants.

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  5. KKR closes $6 billion pan-Asian private equity fund

    trueKohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. closed its Asian II Fund at $6 billion, spokeswoman Kristi Huller confirmed in an e-mail.

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  6. Oregon Investment Council OKs new asset mix, boosts private equity

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $63.2 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem, changed its asset allocation, increasing private equity by four percentage points to 20% and decreasing both public equity and fixed income.

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  7. Oregon Investment Council commits $450 million to private equity, real estate funds

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $62.2 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem, committed $250 million to KKR North America Fund XI and $200 million to a domestic real estate separate account managed by Amstar Advisers.

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  8. Oregon commits $950 million to private equity, real estate funds

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $61.1 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem, committed $950 million to private equity and real estate funds.

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  9. Oregon lawmakers pass law to lower pension COLAs

    trueThe Oregon House of Representatives passed a pension reform bill Wednesday that lowers the maximum cost-of-living adjustment for retirees of the $61.1 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem.

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  10. Oregon Investment Council picks Callan for microcap value

    trueOregon Investment Council, Tigard, which runs the $61.1 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem, invested $100 million in the Callan Micro Cap Value Equity Fund.

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  11. Oregon Investment Council commits to buyout fund, hires Dimensional for microcap

    trueOregon Investment Council, which runs the $61 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, committed $75 million to buyout fund Riverside Capital Appreciation Fund VI and invested an initial $150 million in Dimensional Fund Advisors' active microcap equity strategy.

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  12. Oregon Investment Council commits to two infrastructure funds

    trueOregon Investment Council, which runs the $60.3 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, committed $100 million each to Stonepeak Infrastructure Fund and private equity fund A&M Capital Partners.

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  13. Oregon Investment Council backs plan to manage equities in-house

    trueThe Oregon Investment Council is supporting legislation that would allow it to manage equities in-house, saving millions of dollars in fees.

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