New York Pension Invests in Green Private Equity Fund

Dec 4 2009 | 7:11am ET

The New York State Common Retirement Fund has upped its alternative investments by $150 million.

The public pension put $100 million with Hudson Clean Energy Partners, a private equity fund. The investment closed on Oct. 30 and is part of the fund’s Green Strategic Investment Program.

NYSCRF also invested an additional $50 million with Brevan Howard Asset Management. The pension allocated $50 million to the London-based firm’s global macro fund.


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