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Oregon makes fees work

The $77. 3 billion Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund has continued to achieve top decile returns at the same time as de-risking and reconstituting half its giant portfolio.
Real Estate

Oregon’s real estate revamp

Oregon State Treasury has de-risked its $12 billion real estate allocation, moving away from closed end, private equity-style investment and its associated inherent cyclical risk and total return focus. Building in more liquidity and transparency, reduced volatility and lowered fees via evergreen manager partnerships in separate account and open-end fund structures.
Real Estate

Alaska’s ongoing internal push

Alaska Permanent Fund will focus on smart beta strategies as it seeks to further increase in-house management. It will also develop income-generating strategies away from traditional fixed income, leveraging its size and infinite investment horizon in competing for US infrastructure and real estate assets.
Real Estate

New investment pattern in bricks and mortar

Real estate is back in fashion, at least according to a range of recent surveys indicating the growing institutional investor appetite for bricks and mortar. After a tough few years for the industry and with European investors’ priorities changing, the possible renaissance might come with a marked change in investing patterns, though.  More control The […]
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