Sonoma County Considers Adding Large-Cap Growth

Philley, Alicia
June 1999
Investment Management Weekly;06/21/99, Vol. 12 Issue 24, p1
Reports the plan of Sonoma County Employees' Retirement System to add large capital allocation to their funds in Santa Rosa, California. Amount of funds handled by the organization; Information on the asset allocation of the fund; Comments from Robert Nissen, administrator and treasurer of the fund.


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