Institutional Investors

New Hampshire considers hedge funds with help from NEPC


The $5.9 billion New Hampshire Retirement System is still studying hedge funds with help from its consultant NEPC.

Trustees are reviewing overall approaches to hedge funds and in the last month have had an education session on hedge funds as part of the information-gathering process, according to retirement system spokesman Marty Karlon. The investment committee has been charged to complete an asset liability study over the summer with investment committee recommendations being presented at the September trustee board meeting, Karlon said.

The current asset mix has a 10% target allocation to alternative investments and the fund already has