New Jersey Hires For Private Equity

Lewis, Jakema
June 2006
Investment Management Weekly;6/26/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p3
Reports on the decision of the New Jersey Division of Investment to approve investments in five private equity firms. Total assets of the plan; Amount to be invested in GTCR IX and DLJ Merchant Banking Partners IV; Value of stocks to be purchased by the plan in Warburg Pincus VIII.


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