Georgia

Hedge Funds Deliver for Georgia Retirees, Students, and Nonprofits

Across the Peach State, hedge funds deliver for retirement security, college education, and the important work done by non-profits and charities through $33.6 Billion in investments. Institutional investors – like pensions, university endowments, and non-profits – use hedge funds to meet financial obligations, diversify their investment portfolios, and manage risk.

Total hedge fund investments:

$33.6 BILLION

Deliver for pensions:

$24.4 BILLION

Deliver for colleges:

$3.7 BILLION

Deliver for nonprofits:

$5.5 BILLION

Retirement Plans

Deliver for pensions:

$24.4 BILLION

AT LEAST 20

retirement plans invest in hedge funds including:
Delta Air Lines Pension Fund

$5.5 BILLION for

86,294 plan participants

United Parcel Service of America Pension Plan

$3.4 BILLION for

205,595 plan participants

United Food and Commercial Workers Consolidated Pension Fund (Atlanta)

$2.1 BILLION for

223,423 plan participants

Colleges & Universities

Deliver for colleges:

$3.7 BILLION

AT LEAST 12

colleges and universities invest in hedge funds including:
Emory University Endowment

$2.2 BILLION for

14,417 Students

University System of Georgia

$658 MILLION for

333,507 Students

Georgia Tech Foundation

$646 MILLION for

36,127 Students

This includes at least 5 HBCUs, such as:
Spelman College

$109 MILLION for

2,120 Students

Morehouse School of Medicine

$17 MILLION for

523 Students

Clark Atlanta University

$7 MILLION for

3,920 Students

Foundations & Nonprofits

Deliver for nonprofits:

$5.5 BILLION

AT LEAST 24

foundations and nonprofits invest in hedge funds including:
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation

$956 MILLION

J. Bulow Campbell Foundation

$185 MILLION

Piedmont Healthcare

$157 MILLION

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Unless otherwise noted, all hedge fund investment data is sourced and licensed from Preqin’s alternative asset database as of March 2021 or publicly available, federal datasets. Sources for additional information included on this website are noted where the data appears.

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