West Virginia Investment Management Board, Charleston, made five new private equity commitments totaling up to $115 million.
The board's private equity subcommittee at its April 16 meeting approved commitments of up to $30 million to Thoma Bravo Fund XIV, up to $25 million to Thoma Bravo Discover Fund III and up to $20 million to Thoma Bravo Explore Fund, all buyout funds, according to a response to a Freedom of Information Act request.
The subcommittee at the meeting also approved commitments of up to $20 million each to Franklin Park International Fund X and Franklin Park Venture Capital Fund XIII, both private equity funds of funds.
The board oversees the investment management of $16 billion in defined benefit plan assets.
Craig Slaughter, executive director and CEO, did not respond to requests for further information.