As Markets Roil, CalPERS Fixed Income Exposure Increased
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) weathered through the tough months of December and January. According to asset allocation data, CalPERS seems to have augmented its weighting in fixed income assets, at the same time, the proportional weight in listed equities has decreased to 51.9% from 54.6% of total assets. CalPERS proportional allocation to listed equities has not been this low since December 2012. U.S. Federal Reserve officials reminded the market that rate hikes will most likely go forward.
In addition, CalPERS allocation to private equity has been decreasing over the past years, while allocation to institutional real estate has been steadily increasing.
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