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Alaska Permanent Fund Generates 8.45% Return for 1H FY2018


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Published 2 days ago on February 6, 2018 The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC) generated an 8.45% return in the first half of fiscal year 2018 APFC closed out the 2017 calendar year with assets under management totaling US$ 64 billion APFC experienced a wide range of issues in 2017 including a battle in state government, which nearly shut down operations APFC generated 11.89% returns for 1H FY 2018 in public equities Active equity management contributed positively to the returns. APFC continues to move more operations in hedge funds (fund-of funds to direct hedge fund investing) and some private equity in-house The challenge remains hiring professionals to relocate to the long-term in Juneau. 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