Ohio P&F Cuts Firms From Equity Ranks

Rasmussen, Eric
May 1999
Investment Management Weekly;05/03/99, Vol. 12 Issue 18, p4
Reports that the Police and Firemen's Disability & Pension Fund of Ohio, Columbus has terminated two small-capitalization management firms. Possible search for a manager later in 1999; Value of the portfolio handled by Gelfand.Maxus Asset Management and Invesco; Reason for terminating the contract with the said firms.


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