The university will consider investing in an international equity strategy that excludes fossil fuel companies and receive an education on private equity centered on the potential establishment of a maiden 10% target to the asset class.
The plan made commitments to three existing managers and investments with three developed markets equity managers.
The plan is seeking a replacement for Allspring Global Investments, which was terminated at the plan’s March 24 retirement commission meeting.
The plan is seeking one or more global equity managers to replace a $174 million investment, which was liquidated at yesterday’s board meeting.
The plan’s global equity manager experienced recent underperformance.
The plan will receive replacement options at its Sept. 7 board meeting.
The plan will add three value managers to its international equity portfolio.
The fund is seeking a firm to provide passive equity exposure for a portfolio with minimal tracking error due to the contract expiration of its current provider.
The plan hired a new global equity manager to handle a $500 million mandate and added 13 other commitments last month.
The proposed fund liquidation would remove the value-tilt within the plan’s global equity portfolio.
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