Searches and Hires

New Hampshire commits $100 million to 2 funds

New Hampshire Retirement System, Concord, made two new commitments totaling $100 million, said Marty Karlon, pension fund spokesman, in an email.

The $8.2 billion pension fund committed $50 million each to Carlyle Asia Partners V, a buyout fund managed by Carlyle Group, and CVI Credit Value Fund IV, a distressed debt fund managed by CarVal Investors.

The pension fund previously committed $54 million to Carlyle Asia Partners IV and $50 million to CVI Credit Value Fund III.

The pension fund's target to alternative assets is 15%; as of March 31, the actual allocation was 14.7%.