Idaho Endowment To Review Asset Allocation In Fall

Mar 31 2006 | 12:00am ET

The $965 million Idaho Endowment Fund Investment Board will review its asset mix in the fall and may consider investing in additional asset classes, including alternatives.

Larry Johnson, manager of investments, said the endowment expects to hire an investment officer next month. “After we hire someone we can sit down and take a look at our asset mix and we will consider everything, including hedge funds.” The fund currently does not have an alternatives allocation.  


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