Oklahoma Law Nixes Bank of Ireland

Glynn, Christopher
September 2004
Investment Management Weekly;9/13/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 36, p4
Reports on the replacement of the Bank of Ireland Asset Management by the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System on an international-equity mandate. Amount of the equity mandate; Reason for the replacement; Details of the selection of manager for the mandate.


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