September 19, 2023

City of Phoenix Employees’ Retirement System Commits $20M to Real Estate

Written By:
Helen Bascom, Marketing Associate

The City of Phoenix Employees’ Retirement System (COPERS) disclosed one recent commitment of $20 million to Real Estate at their September 7th board meeting. 

$20 million was allocated to American Landmark Fund IV, a value-add real estate fund. 

Aksia assisted with the decision. 

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Tags: Pension Funds, Alternatives, Real Estate

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