The New Hampshire Retirement System has committed $50 million to Coller International Partners VII, according to a spokesperson from the $7.4 billion pension.
When the capital is called it will come from New Hampshire’s S&P 500 fund, the spokesperson wrote in an email to Secondaries Investor.
Coller VII launched at the end of last year with a $5.5 billion target, according to PEI’s Research and Analytics division. The fund has also received a $75 million commitment from the Louisiana State Employees’ Retirement System.
New Hampshire previously committed $20 million to Coller’s predecessor vehicle, which raised $5.5 billion in 2012.
New Hampshire’s other secondaries fund commitments include $50 million to HarbourVest’s Dover Street VIII, $50 million to Lexington Capital Partners VIII and $40 million to Lexington’s seventh secondaries fund. The pension also previously committed $20 million to each Top Tier Venture Velocity Fund and Industry Ventures Secondary VII.