State of Wisconsin Investment Board, Madison, made eight private equity commitments totaling $390 million and two real estate commitments totaling $270 million, said board meeting materials provided by spokeswoman Vicki Hearing.
In private equity, the board committed $75 million to buyout fund American Securities Partners VII and $55 million to European buyout fund Bridgepoint Europe V.
Also, the board committed $50 million each to EnCap Energy Capital Fund X, an oil and gas fund managed by EnCap Investments; Peninsula Capital Fund VI, a mezzanine debt fund managed by Peninsula Capital Partners, as well as private equity fund TPG Growth III and buyout fund TPG Partners VII.
The board also committed $35 million to Fortissimo Capital IV, a special situations fund, and $25 million to private equity fund Emergence Capital Partners IV.
In real estate, the board, which oversees $106.2 billion, including $98 billion of the Wisconsin Retirement System, committed $150 million to UBS Trumbull Property Fund and $120 million to J.P. Morgan Strategic Property Fund managed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Both are open-end, core real estate funds. The board had previously committed $20 million to the UBS fund in August 2012.