Vermont Pension Commits $175M to Private Credit, Infrastructure

The Vermont Pension Investment Committee approved three commitments totaling $175 million to private credit and infrastructure, according to minutes from the January 23rd and February 27th Investment Committee meetings.

At the January meeting, $50 million was committed to Copenhagen Infrastructure Fund V.

And at the February meeting, $75 million was committed to Comvest Credit Partners Evergreen Fund and $50 million to Pantheon Credit Opportunities Fund III.

Investment consultant, RVK assisted with the investments.

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Written By: Helen Bascom, Marketing Associate

Helen Bascom is a Marketing Associate at Dakota.