Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions plans to commit $700 million to $950 million to private equity in 2021, the $27.8 billion pension plan’s private equity strategic plan update shows. LAFPP committed $734.2 million to private equity in 2020. The plan had about $3 billion in private equity as of Sept. 30, representing 12.1% of the total plan. Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions’ target private equity allocation is 14%.
In the first nine months of 2020, the pension plan’s private equity allocation had a net negative cash flow of $105 million for the first time since 2011, when it had a net negative cash flow of $62 million. Net negative cash flows means that the pension plan made more contributions than it received back from its general partners in distributions.
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