Montana Board Discloses $160M in New Investments

February 22, 2023

Written By:
John Washington, Data Research Analyst

The Montana Board of Investments has disclosed three new commitments totaling $160 million.

$50 million was allocated to Bell Value-Add Fund VIII, a value-added fund managed by Bell Partners. $60 million was allocated to EQT Fund X, a buyout fund managed by EQT. 

Lastly, $50 million was allocated to a fixed income strategy managed by Zazove Associates. No other details were immediately available.

As of December 31, 2022, the pension allocates 17.28% to private investments, 12.66% to real estate, and 6.16% to non-core fixed income.

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Tags: Pension Funds, Alternatives, Real Estate, Private Equity, Fixed Income

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