MOSERS Disputes Conflict Rumors

Lewis, Jakema
February 2006
Investment Management Weekly;2/20/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p2
Reports on the reaction of Gary Findlay, executive director of the Missouri Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS), to public criticism against the results of a state audit of the fund, as of February 2006. Views of Findlay on some claims made by the report; Findings of the report regarding pay increases for the employees of MOSERS.


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