Hawaii Selects Large-Cap Finalists

Forde, Arnella J.
August 2005
Investment Management Weekly;8/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p2
Reports on the selection of finalists in the search to replace large capitalization value manager Delaware Investments Inc. by Employees' Retirement System of Hawaii. Reason behind the termination of Delaware Investments; Appointment of Bishop Street Capital Management Group and Bank of Hawaii Corp. to watch for organizational and performance issues; Views of Kimo Blaisdel, chief investment officer of Employees' Retirement System of Hawaii, on the appointment of Bishop Street and Bank of Hawaii. INSET: Hawaii Surpasses Actuarial Targets for Second Year.


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