Former Md. CIO Alleges Wrongful Termination

Lewis, Jakema
July 2004
Investment Management Weekly;7/19/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 28, p1
Relates allegations of Carol Boykin on irregularities on her termination as CIO for the Maryland State Retirement and Pension Systems in 2004. Impact of her involvement in a securities fraud investigation on the termination of her position; Remarks from spokesman Joe Coale from the Maryland fund on the allegations.


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