Vermont Considering $50 Million Private Credit Commitment

The Vermont Pension Investment Committee (VPIC) is considering a $50 million follow-on commitment to the Kennedy Lewis Fund III, according to meeting materials from the July 26 meeting. 

Staff and consultant, RVK, have recommended the new $50 million commitment to Fund III which would complete the pacing plan of $170 million in commitments to Private & Alternative Credit for 2022. 

The VPIC previously committed $50 million to Kennedy Lewis Capital Partners Master Fund II in 2020. 

Fund III will invest in illiquid public, private, performing, and distressed opportunities in the US and Europe.

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Written By: Koncheng Moua, Director of Data Management and Strategy

Koncheng Moua is the Director of Data Management and Strategy at Dakota.


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