Kentucky Retirement System Considers $150M in Adams Street Private Credit

March 08, 2023

Written By:
Koncheng Moua, Research Data Analyst

The Kentucky Public Pensions Authority (KPPA), which oversees the Kentucky Retirement System, has disclosed a recommendation for a $150 million commitment to Adams Street Partners Senior Private Credit Fund III.

The Adams Street fund will invest primarily in directly originated first lien senior secured loans of middle-market companies.

The recommendation was presented in meeting materials for the March 1 board meeting.

KPPA previously committed $250 million to Fund II and an additional $250 million to a co-investment side car vehicle.

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Tags: Pension Funds, Alternatives, Credit

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