L.A.'s 911 to Boot Large-Cap Value Mgr

Sorondo, Marc
April 2006
Investment Management Weekly;4/10/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p1
Deals with the decision reached by the board of directors of the Los Angeles Fire & Police Pension System during a board meeting on April 6, 2006, to allegedly terminate Alliance Capital Management from a large-capitalization value mandate. Value of the large-cap mandate; Implications of the alleged termination on the investment portfolio of Los Angeles Fire; Factors that allegedly made the board decide to place Alliance on a watch list.


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