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  1. South Carolina puts $1.5 billion with 5 managers

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission committed or invested more than $1.5 billion to five alternative investment managers at a meeting Thursday.

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  1. South Carolina commits $375 million to 2 real estate funds

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission committed a total of up to $375 million to real estate managers on behalf of the $29.5 billion South Carolina Retirement Systems.

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  2. South Carolina has to allocate up to $1.5 billion in alts to reach new asset mix

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, received an update on the progress of implementing the pension fund's asset allocation, which became effective July 2013.

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  3. South Carolina sets $619 million for 4 firms

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission invested or committed a total of $619 million with four alternative investment managers, with the possibility of an additional $450 million being invested over time.

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  4. South Carolina puts $3.7 billion with 8 managers

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, invested or committed a total of $3.7 billion in October on behalf of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority.

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  5. South Carolina hires second executive director in 3 months

    trueMichael Hitchcock was named executive director of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, effective Sept. 8.

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  6. South Carolina executive director quits

    trueSarah N. Corbett, who was named executive director of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission on June 3, resigned earlier this month.

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  7. South Carolina commission looking for private markets director

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission is searching for a director of private markets.

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  8. S.C. Treasurer Loftis re-elected; Rep. Cantor loses primary

    trueCurtis M. Loftis Jr. was re-elected as state treasurer of South Carolina on Tuesday, while House Majority Leader, and Wall Street ally, Eric Cantor, R-Va., lost his Republican primary the same night.

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  9. Executive director chosen by South Carolina Investment Commission

    trueSarah Corbett was named executive director of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, on Tuesday.

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  10. South Carolina embarks on major overhaul

    trueThe South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission should rehab governance and investment processes to better manage the state's $29.9 billion in retirement assets, a fiduciary performance audit found.

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  11. South Carolina rehires five fixed-income managers

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement Systems approved new contracts for five existing fixed-income managers that ran an aggregate $2.5 billion as of Jan. 31.

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  12. Czech Asset Management closes 2nd fund at $1.5 billion

    trueCzech Asset Management closed its second direct lending fund, SJC II, with commitments totaling $1.5 billion.

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  13. South Carolina pension fund gets new COO amid continuing strife

    trueW. Greg Ryberg was hired on Friday as chief operating officer of the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission at a special meeting in its Columbia headquarters. He will start work on Monday.

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