Chicago Subsidiary Foresees Growth

Philley, Alicia
January 1999
Investment Management Weekly;01/18/99, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p4
Predicts the growth of Chicago Equity Partners, a subsidiary formed following the Nationsbank and Bank of America merger. Purpose of establishing the institutional equity management subsidiary; Assets spread among 120 clients of the company; Products of the company.


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