Arkansas' New Director Shakes Up Investments

Philley, Alicia
April 1999
Investment Management Weekly;04/26/99, Vol. 12 Issue 17, p2
Announces the hiring of John Greer as executive director of Arkansas Deferred Compensation Plan. Recommendations of Greer; Reason for David Howell's departure from the company; Previous position of Greer.


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