LACERA Set For P.E. Search

Jan 13 2006 | 8:23pm ET

The $32 billion Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association was expected to approve a $250 million externally-managed private equity co-investment program at its board meeting on Wednesday.

The fund will be interviewing finalists Fisher Lynch Capital, Merrill Lynch Investment Managers Private Equity Partners and Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners at the its Feb. 22 investment board meeting.

Chris Wagner, senior investment officer at the plan, did not return calls seeking further information.


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