New Jersey State Investment Council - March 2007

“Hedge funds are more controversial in New Jersey than in any other state,” says Orin Kramer, chairman of the New Jersey State Investment Council, which makes the investment decisions for the $69bn New Jersey state pension fund for public employees. “To some people, investing in hedge funds is the equivalent to using drugs,” he adds

Noting that New Jersey’s pension fund is unique in that “it had never used an outside manager,” Kramer says “there’s no state where diversification has been as

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