Seattle Sleepless For Hedge Fund, Private Equity Consultants

Feb 13 2007 | 3:38pm ET

The $2 billion Seattle City Employees' Retirement System is seeking requests for proposals from hedge fund and private equity consultants to analyze the city’s current portfolio and see how it compares to portfolios of other “sophisticated public pension systems and foundations.”

The system currently allocates 10% of its total capital to hedge funds, with most of that money invested in seven funds of funds and two single manager funds.


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