Milwaukee Pension Narrows Maiden Hedge Fund Search To Three

Jun 3 2014 | 2:32am ET

The City of Milwaukee Employees’ Retirement System has narrowed its search for its first hedge fund manager to three funds of funds.

Corbin Capital Partners, Lighthouse Investment Partners and UBS Alternative and Quantitative Investments are the finalists for the $100 million mandate, Pensions & Investments reports. A decision could come as soon as Thursday, when the $5 billion pension’s investment committee meets to interview representatives of the three firms.

The pension’s investment consultant, Callan Associates, is assisting with the search.


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