Graham Capital Nets Nearly $200M From Pensions

Sep 12 2012 | 10:29am ET

Graham Capital Management can't seem to shake all of the public pension funds that want a piece of its $12.5 billion quantitative strategy—not that it would want to.

At least three pension systems have made commitments to Graham recently. The Connecticut-based hedge fund received $175 million from the Texas County & District Retirement System and smaller mandates from the New Mexico Public Employees Retirement System and Houston Municipal Employees' Pension System.

The New Mexico pension committed $11.3 million and the Texas pension $5 million, HFMWeek reports.


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