Natick Eyes Core Plus Bonds, Property

Forde, Arnella J.
November 2004
Investment Management Weekly;11/8/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 44, p3
Announces the search of Massachusetts-based Natick Contributory Retirement System for investment advisors for its core plus fixed-income and private real estate funds, as of November 8, 2004. Amount of the company's fixed-income and real estate funds; Percentage of equity allocation of the company; Percentage allocated for fixed-income.


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