Indiana Pension Puts $165M Into Private Equity

Jan 30 2007 | 4:57pm ET

The $16.1 billion Indiana Public Employees’ Retirement Fund has made four private equity commitments totaling $165 million.

The system’s latest commitments include a $45 million commitment to Horsley Bridge International Fund IV, a European and Asia-focused venture capital fund; a $50 million commitment to Terra Firma Capital Partners III, a European private equity fund; a $20 million commitment to PACVEN Walden Ventures VI, a U.S.- and Asia-focused tech VC fund, and a $50 million commitment to Greenpark Capital Fund III and IIIS, a woman-owned p.e. fund of funds.


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