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Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund

Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund (OP&F) is a public pension fund based in Columbus, Ohio. OP&F was established in 1965 by the Ohio General Assembly to provide pension and disability benefits to the state’s full-time police officers and firefighters. OP&F also provides survivor benefits and an optional health care plan for retirees and their eligible dependents.


United States



Performance (%, 1YR)


Chief Executive

Mary Beth Foley

Chief Investment Officer

Ted Hall


Robert E. Britt

Asset allocation
Allocation adds to above 100% due to leverage.

23.9% US Equity

15.5% Non-US Equity

10.3% Private Markets

7.5% High Yield

2.8% Private Credit

21.5% Core Fixed Income

2.2% Cash

9% Real Estate

18.3% US TIPS

3.6% Real Assets

5.8% Energy Infrastructure

4.5% Gold related articles
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Ohio Police & Fire’s risk/return tradeoff

The Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund has overhauled its asset allocation, more than doubling fixed income and controversially introducing leverage at a policy level. As part of this new asset allocation, private market investments will double. Amanda White reports. Ohio Police and Fire Pension FundAsset Owner:Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund
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