Los Angeles Fire & Police Commits up to $37.5M to Private Equity

May 24, 2023

Written By:
John Washington, Data Research Analyst

The Los Angeles Fire & Police Pension System has committed up to $37.5 million to two venture capital funds. 

Up to $15 million was committed to Clearhaven Fund II, managed by ClearhavenPartners. In addition, up to $22.5 million was committed to Pelion Venture VIII, managed by Pelion Venture Partners. 

As of March 31, 2023, the nearly $28.9 billion pension fund allocates 17.17% to private equity, while they target 14%. 

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Tags: Pension Funds, Alternatives, Private Equity

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