Border to Coast confirms £1.7bn of private market investments

LGPS pool confirms new investments within its £12bn private markets programme

Jasmine Urquhart
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Border To Coast's £1.7bn of new investments include three SFDR Article 9 funds
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Border To Coast's £1.7bn of new investments include three SFDR Article 9 funds

Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has confirmed £1.7bn of new investments in its £12bn private markets programme.

The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) pool has invested £502m in infrastructure, £486m in private credit, £452m in climate opportunities, and £261m in private equity to conclude its 2022/23 pr...

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