Texas Fund May Replace Advisor

Lewis, Jakema
April 2005
Investment Management Weekly;4/25/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p2
Focuses on the decision to be made by Texas Permanent School Fund on whether to replace its investment consultant Callan Associates according to fund spokeswoman Debbie Ratcliffe. Factor that opted the firm to search for a replacement; Background on the selection of Callan to take the place of Insurance Advisory Services; Possible extension of the contract of Callan.


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