Ohio School Employees Retirement System, Columbus, made three new commitments totaling $100 million.

Within its global private credit asset class, the $18 billion pension fund committed $50 million to KKR Credit Opportunities Fund II, a special situations fund managed by KKR & Co., according to Nov. 18-19 board meeting highlights emailed by spokesman Tim Barbour.

Within its opportunistic and tactical asset class, SERS committed $40 million to Marathon Healthcare Finance Fund, an opportunistic health care royalty fund managed by Marathon Asset Management.

Within global private equity, the pension fund committed $10 million to Levine Leichtman Lower Middle Market III IPM Co-investment, a private equity co-investment fund managed by Levine Leichtman Capital Partners.

Read more/Source: Investing Signal