Texas County & District Retirement System, Austin, committed $200 million to two private equity funds and one credit opportunity fund, according to a transaction report on the $17.5 billion retirement system's website.
The system committed $50 million each in mid-February to private equity funds Oaktree Opportunities Fund IX and Riverstone Global Energy and Power Fund V.
AG Select Partners Advantage Fund, a credit opportunity fund, received a commitment of $100 million on March 3, according to the online report.
Separately, TCDRS' board of trustees on March 1 rehired Bank of New York Mellon as its master custodian, according to a report of the board's recent actions available on the fund's website.
Paul J. Williams, the pension fund's investment officer, was not available for comment about the new commitments and rehire of BNY Mellon.