California Government Code
Sec. § 6254.26


(a)

Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter or other law, the following records regarding alternative investments in which public investment funds invest shall not be subject to disclosure pursuant to this chapter, unless the information has already been publicly released by the keeper of the information:

(1)

Due diligence materials that are proprietary to the public investment fund or the alternative investment vehicle.

(2)

Quarterly and annual financial statements of alternative investment vehicles.

(3)

Meeting materials of alternative investment vehicles.

(4)

Records containing information regarding the portfolio positions in which alternative investment funds invest.

(5)

Capital call and distribution notices.

(6)

Alternative investment agreements and all related documents.

(b)

Notwithstanding subdivision (a), the following information contained in records described in subdivision (a) regarding alternative investments in which public investment funds invest shall be subject to disclosure pursuant to this chapter and shall not be considered a trade secret exempt from disclosure:

(1)

The name, address, and vintage year of each alternative investment vehicle.

(2)

The dollar amount of the commitment made to each alternative investment vehicle by the public investment fund since inception.

(3)

The dollar amount of cash contributions made by the public investment fund to each alternative investment vehicle since inception.

(4)

The dollar amount, on a fiscal yearend basis, of cash distributions received by the public investment fund from each alternative investment vehicle.

(5)

The dollar amount, on a fiscal yearend basis, of cash distributions received by the public investment fund plus remaining value of partnership assets attributable to the public investment funds investment in each alternative investment vehicle.

(6)

The net internal rate of return of each alternative investment vehicle since inception.

(7)

The investment multiple of each alternative investment vehicle since inception.

(8)

The dollar amount of the total management fees and costs paid on an annual fiscal yearend basis, by the public investment fund to each alternative investment vehicle.

(9)

The dollar amount of cash profit received by public investment funds from each alternative investment vehicle on a fiscal year-end basis.

(c)

For purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:

(1)

Alternative investment means an investment in a private equity fund, venture fund, hedge fund, or absolute return fund.

(2)

Alternative investment vehicle means the limited partnership, limited liability company, or similar legal structure through which the public investment fund invests in portfolio companies.

(3)

Portfolio positions means individual portfolio investments made by the alternative investment vehicles.

(4)

Public investment fund means any public pension or retirement system, and any public endowment or foundation.
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