Fidelity Eyes Bigger Clients, Spins Off $102B Institutional Arm

Burke, Kevin
April 2005
Investment Management Weekly;4/4/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p4
Reports on the intention of Fidelity Investments to spin off its institutional investment arm in an effort to rein in new assets from pension funds, endowments and other large foundations as of April 2005. Expectation on the effect of the launch of a separate company; Criticism of the approach of Fidelity to address the problems that come with having a large asset base; Arrangements in terms of the company resources.


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