San Francisco Pension Reconsiders Hedge-Fund Allocation

WSJ – The chairman of San Francisco’s pension fund is proposing a smaller mix of hedge funds than previously discussed, the latest retirement system to rethink its approach to those investments in the wake of a retreat by the largest public pension in the U.S.

The new suggestion made by San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System Chairman Victor Makras, according to a memo reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, is to allocate as much as 3% of the portfolio in hedge funds—down from a prior staff recommendation of 15%.

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