April 04, 2011
CRF's Three January Deals Worth $121.5 Million
The New York State Common Retirement Fund announced three transactions worth a combined $121.5 million, according to a report issued today by the Fund. The transactions include a $21 million account termination in its domestic equities portfolio, a $528,243 mortgage in its real estate portfolio and a $100 million commitment in its absolute return strategies portfolio.
The Fund terminated a small-cap account with an approximate value of $21 million in its domestic equity portfolio, funded one $528,243 affordable mortgage in its real estate portfolio and contributed $100 million to a new manager in its absolute return portfolio.
The Common Retirement Fund's monthly transaction reports detail the nature, size, and parties of Fund investments. This effort is part of DiNapoli's ongoing commitment to increasing transparency and openness in the operations of the pension fund. Monthly reports dating back to February 2007 are also available online.
Click here to read the January 2011 transaction report, or visit www.osc.state.ny.us/pension/monthlyreports/jan2011.pdf.
Click here to access the monthly transaction report archive.