Texas County & District Retirement System reported $350 million in private equity commitments from July to September, according to its website.
In July, the system invested $75 million to Zelnick Media Capital’s third fund, which focuses on TMT in North America. The pool has a $750 million target, according to Private Equity International. The system also committed $50 million to H.I.G. Capital’s Middle Market LBO Fund III, targeting $3 billion, according to an SEC filing.
Texas C&D pledged $125 million in August to Veritas Capital Fund VII, which invests in the technology sector in North America. The fund is targeting $5 billion, Buyouts previously reported.
In September, Texas County & District committed $100 million to Baring Private Equity Asia’s seventh fund, targeting $5.5 billion, according to PEI. The pool is a large buyout strategy that invests in financial services, consumer goods, energy, oil & gas, industrials and TMT.
The system has made nearly $1.4 billion in commitments under its private equity portfolio in 2019, which includes investments to venture capital funds, its website shows.
Private equity makes up 18 percent of Texas C&D’s portfolio, surpassing its 13.1 percent target allocation, according to its website.