Rhode Island looks to secondaries to bulk up, diversify PE portfolio


hode Island State Investment Commission, pension fund, private equity
The Rhode Island statehouse is seen from the highway in Providence, Rhode Island November 17, 2009. Photo courtesy Reuters/Brian Snyder - RTXQV4L
As Rhode Island prepares to significantly boost its private equity pacing, the state may use the secondary market to avoid concentrating too much of its portfolio in the next few vintage years. Rhode Island State Investment Commission, which manages $8.18 ...

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