New York City readying plan for alternative co-investments

New York City, pension fund, Alex Done, private equity
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  • Co-investment plan requires board approval
  • Would include all alternatives
  • Doñe promoted to Deputy CIO
New York City’s $160 billion pension is eyeing co-investments with emerging managers of alternative assets, according to Deputy Chief Investment Officer Alex Doñe. Doñe was promoted to deputy CIO of the city’s public pension fund last week. He previously led the ...

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