The plan is looking for a farmland manager to handle $35 million.
The plan made a $25 million re-up with an existing fund at its investment committee meeting this week while also opting to rescind a private debt commitment due to delays in deploying capital.
The plan increased its target allocations to credit and hedge funds last month and recently approved three commitments totaling $125 million.
The plan committed $10 million to an existing real estate debt manager yesterday.
The plan’s incumbent was first hired in 1997.
The plan has begun searches for international equity and core and non-core real estate managers.
The current consultant will see its contract expire this year.
The plan made the hires after restructuring its international equity and U.S. fixed-income manager portfolios.
The plan adopted a new asset allocation policy after receiving an asset/liability study in October.
The plan anticipates committing up to $565 million total to the two asset classes this year.
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