Alaska Legislature Approves Equity Bump

Philley, Alicia
June 1999
Investment Management Weekly;06/07/99, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p4
Reports that the Alaska state legislature passed a bill that will increase the Alaska Permanent Fund's equity cap and will allow the board to invest those assets opportunistically. Date of effectivity of the bill; Asset allocation mix for the fund; Statements issued by a spokesperson at the Alaska Permanent Fund.


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