New Orleans Searches In Large-Cap Equites

Philley, Alicia
March 1999
Investment Management Weekly;03/01/99, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p2
Reports that City of New Orleans Employees' Retirement System may search to replace a large-capital growth manager with another manager or to shift the assets to another equity style. Comments from Jerry Davis, chairman of the fund, on the plan; Consultant of the fund; Details on the State Street Global Advisors in Boston, Massachusetts.


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