New Mexico Educational Retirement Commits $100M to PIMCO Fund; Increases Real Assets Target

January 30, 2023

Written By:
Koncheng Moua, Research Data Analyst

The New Mexico Educational Retirement Board has made a $100 million commitment to the PIMCO Corporate Opportunities Fund IV.

The commitment was disclosed in meeting minutes from the December board meeting.

Also approved at the meeting were changes to the investment policy. Staff approved updates to the asset allocation targets which will decrease the equities target to 45% from 46 %, increase the fixed income target to 32% from 31%, increase the real assets target to 20% from 17%, and decrease the multi-assets target to 2% from 5%.

NEPC assisted with the Asset-Liability study.

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