DC Retirement Commits $425M to Alts

The District of Columbia Retirement Board has disclosed four alternative investments totaling $425 million, according to minutes from the March 21st Board meeting.

In private equity, $100 million was committed to Centerbridge Capital Partners V and in private credit, $150 million was invested in  Fortress Lending Fund IV. 

In real assets, $100 million was invested in Tiger Infrastructure Fund IV and in real estate $75 million was committed to Elion Industrial Fund II.

As of December 31, 2023, the $11.3 billion pension fund allocates approximately 11% to private equity with a target of 9%, approximately 7% to real estate with a target of 8%, approximately 3% to private credit matching the target of 3% and approximately 4% to infrastructure with a target of 6%. 

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Written By: Helen Bascom, Marketing Associate

Helen Bascom is a Marketing Associate at Dakota.


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