Emerging Manager Usage Continues to Grow

A. F.
August 2004
Investment Management Weekly;8/9/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 31, p4
Reports on the increasing demand for emerging and minority-owned investment management firms in the U.S., as of August 2004. Performance of small firms during the decline of the market; Factors that contributed to the emerging manager usage; Remarks from Clayton Jue, executive vice president and practice leader for emerging and minority manager programs at Northern trust, on the trend.


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