Border to Coast adds another £1.2bn to private markets

Investments made in infrastructure, private equity and private credit

James Phillips
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Border to Coast adds another £1.2bn to private markets

Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has announced a further commitment of £1.2bn to private market assets on behalf of its 11 partner funds.

Deployed as part of a £2.7bn programme announced last July, this investment includes £593m to four infrastructure funds, £426m to four private equity funds, and £148m to one private credit fund. ...

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