The Florida State Board of Administration has disclosed new investments made in Q2 of 2023.
$150 million was allocated to the Wellington Core Plus fixed income strategy.
Schroders Hybrid Energy, a global equity strategy, was allocated $400 million.
In private equity, $200 million was committed to Hellman & Friedman Capital Partners XI. $600 million was committed to Lexington Co-Investment Partners VI-F. Quantum Energy Partners VIII received a $86 million commitment. An additional $14 million was committed to the Quantum Energy Partners VIII Co-Investment Fund. Quantum Energy is a new manager for the SBA. $200 million was allocated to Asia Alternatives FL Investor IV. $75 million was committed to Hahn & Company IV and $25 million was committed to Hahn & Company IV-S.
In real estate, approximately $180 million was committed to Central Port Logistics I, a joint venture managed by Core and Value Advisors. Another joint venture fund, KCS Icebox Venture managed by L&B Realty was allocated an additional $92.6 million. NorthPoint Tampa, a joint venture managed by MetLife Investment Management was allocated $274 million. The value-add real estate fund, Fairfield US Multifamily Value Add Fund IV was awarded a $100 million commitment. $75 million was invested in Bell Partners Value-Add Fund VIII. Bell Partners is a new manager for the SBA. Lastly, $150 million was committed to the Crestline Forgotten Coast Fund.
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Written By: Koncheng Moua, Director of Data Management and Strategy
Koncheng Moua is the Director of Data Management and Strategy at Dakota.