Ohio School Pension Makes $350 Million in Real Estate Commitments; Hires REIT Portfolio Manager

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The Ohio School Employees Retirement System has committed $350 million to three real estate funds, as well as hired BlackRock to manage a $100 million REIT portfolio.

Reported by Pensions & Investments:

[Ohio SERS] committed $200 million to CBRE U.S. Core Partners fund, a core real estate fund managed by CBRE Global Investors; and $75 million each to Almanac Realty Securities VII, a value-added real estate fund managed by Almanac Realty Investors, and Mesa West Core Lending Fund, an open-end, direct lending real estate fund managed by Mesa West Capital.

The BlackRock hire and the three commitments fall within the pension fund’s 15% global real assets target, which was created in June 2013 to reflect greater investment flexibility than the previous 10% target to real estate.

As of Sept. 30, the actual allocation to global real assets was 10.6%.

The Ohio School Employees Retirement System manages $12.6 billion in assets.

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