APFC commits to new infrastructure vehicles

The Juneau based public pension fund has committed $257m.

Name: Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation
Headquarters: Juneau, US
AUM: $78.7 billion

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation has committed $257 million to new infrastructure vehicles, according to materials from its recent board meeting.

The fund made its largest commitment to Antin Infrastructure Partners V, pledging $107 million to the diversified value-add vehicle. Furthermore, $50 million was committed to North Haven Infrastructure Partners IV, an infrastructure fund managed by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners.

APFC also committed $50 million to Berkshire Digital Infrastructure Fund and $50 million to EnCap Energy Transition Fund II. Berkshire Partners’ vehicle focuses on opportunistic investments into digital infrastructure, while EnCap Investments focuses on opportunistic energy in North America.

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