San Francisco may invest as much as $4.5 bln in private credit over next six years


SFERS, San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System, Cambridge Associates, pension fund, private equity
View of San Francisco Bay Bridge at sunset, with San Francisco in the background, in California, U.S. on August 11, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandria Sage - RC18FDC56A60
  • SF plans annual commitments $700 mln to $750 mln
  • Pacing plan for next five to six years has private credit allocation growing to 10 pct
  • Opportunities boomed after post-crisis regulation
San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System is preparing to make a major push into private credit. The $22.4 billion retirement system could deploy between $700 million and $750 million annually to private credit funds over the next five to six years, ...

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