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New Mexico approves up to $125 mln for KKR, EnCap Flatrock


EnCap Flatrock projecting final close for early 2018 New KKR real estate fund targeting $1.5 bln State Investment Council manages $21.5 bln of state assets New Mexico State Investment Council approved a pair of commitments to private markets funds at its ...


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Continue reading on PE HUB writes: EnCap Flatrock projecting final close for early 2018 New KKR real estate fund targeting $1.5 bln State Investment Council manages $21.5 bln of state assets New Mexico State Investment Council approved a pair of commitments to private markets funds at its Nov28 meeting, spokesman Charles Wollmann told BuyoutsThe larger of the two commitments, for up to $75 million, went to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts’s ... Print Email Share via email Separate multiple email addresses with commas Share Send me a copy Email preview To: From: Subject: Look at this story on PE HUB New Mexico approves up to $125 mln for KKR, EnCap Flatrock Continue reading on PE HUB writes: This content is available for Buyouts subscribers onlyRequest a free trial to get access for a limited period Buyouts Subscribe Now Request Trial If you already have an active Buyouts subscription, please sign in to view this article. Sign In

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