Ohio SERS Sparks Another RFI

Forde, Arnella J.
December 2005
Investment Management Weekly;12/19/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p1
The article deals with the plan of the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio to issue another request for information. The plan would request information for managers to oversee non-U.S. emerging markets growth account. The purpose of the plan was to replace a manager terminated in 2004. The funds were distributed to a value account.


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