UoM Investment Office $428M to Alts

The University of Michigan Investment Office has approved six investments to alternatives totaling $428 million, according to materials from the June 20th Regent’s meeting. 

In private equity, $192 million was allocated to Alatus Capital and $73 million to Kedaara Capital I.

Within venture capital, $10 million was committed to MaC Venture Capital and $3.1 million to First Round Capital.

Additionally, in real estate, $100 million was committed to Related Real Estate Fund. 

$50 million was committed to Boothbay Fund Management, a market-neutral multi-strategy.

As of December 31, 2023, the University allocates approximately 64.1% to alternative assets, broken out as 26.4% to venture capital, 12.9% to private equity, and 24.8% to real assets. 

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Written By: Helen Bascom, Marketing Associate

Helen Bascom is a Marketing Associate at Dakota.


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