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March 2005
Investment Management Weekly;3/28/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p11
Presents updates on issues and events related to the investment management industry as of March 28, 2005. Prediction on the returns for the industry in 2005 based on a survey; Move of Investment Technology Group Inc. to name Andrew Larkin managing director of client site sales and trading; Move of Prudential Retiremet to appoint Beverly Olivier and David Rowe as vice presidents of western region sales.


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