Colorado Fire & Police Commits $95M to Alts

The Colorado Fire and Police Pension Association has approved four commitments to alternatives totaling $95 million, according to materials from the June 12th Board meeting. 

In private credit, $25 million was committed to Farallon Special Situations Fund III. 

In real assets, $30 million to Arroyo Investors Fund IV. 

Within real estate, $20 million was allocated to ArrowMark CRE Structured Finance Fund. 

And in private equity, $20 million was committed to Serve Capital Partners V. 

Arroyo and ArrowMark are new manager relationships for FPPA.

As of April 2024, FPPA was valued at approximately $6.9 billion.

Written By: Helen Bascom, Marketing Associate

Helen Bascom is a Marketing Associate at Dakota.

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