Though rare, nonrated paper takes a backseat to quality

Albano, Christine
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/04/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30633, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that fund managers in the United States are going after nonrated papers to diversify their portfolios. American Express Financial Corp. portfolio manager Paul Hylle's purchase of both high-quality and high-yielding paper; Nonrated papers purchased by Columbia Management Co. portfolio manager Greta Clapp.


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