Friendly Dutch Market Breeds Battle

Clouse, Carol J.
February 1999
Investment Management Weekly;02/22/99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p1
Highlights the increasing competition for pension assets in the Netherlands. Implication to American investors; Comments from Johan Cras, director of The Frank Russell Co.; Pension schemes that dominate the market.


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