Nellie Mae Sale Leads to Searches

Philley, Alicia
June 1999
Investment Management Weekly;06/14/99, Vol. 12 Issue 23, p1
Reports on the decision of the Nellie Mae Foundation in issuing RFPs for several managers. Worth of investments that these managers will handle; Comments from Jack Remondi, chief financial officer at Nellie Mae; Where the assets come from; Sale of the for-profit student loan subsidiary Nellie Mae Corp.; Role of Bill McCarron of Prime, Buchholz & Associates; How proposals will be accepted.


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