May 2004
Pensions & Investments;5/3/2004, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p42
The article presents information related to pension trusts. Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System, Des Moines, is searching for an active domestic high-yield fixed-income manager to run $300 million. Coral Gables Retirement System, is searching for a consultant. Seattle City Employees' Retirement System issued an RFP for one or two domestic equity-plus managers to run a total of $100 million. Philadelphia Public Employees Retirement System is searching for a firm to help the $4.3 billion pension fund conduct an analysis of its trading cost.


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