School Employees’ Retirement System of Ohio approves $100m commitment

The US public pension has backed a Western Europe-focused infrastructure fund.

Institution: School Employees’ Retirement System of Ohio
Headquarters: Columbus, United States
AUM: $14.62bn
Allocation to alternatives: 24.80%
Bitesize: $50-100m

School Employees’ Retirement System of Ohio has made a commitment of $100 million to JP Morgan Asset Management’s Global Transport Income Fund, according to the pension’s latest meeting minutes. The fund is focused on transport investments in Western Europe.

The $14.62 billion US public pension has a 2.90 percent of allocation to infrastructure.

As illustrated below, the pension has made six commitments to infrastructure funds with a 2014 vintage or later, which combined constitute $320 million.

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