Ohio School Recruits For Active Int'l Mandate

Rasmussen, Eric
July 1999
Investment Management Weekly;07/05/99, Vol. 12 Issue 26, p3
Reports on the issuance of a request for proposal by the University of Ohio State for an active international equity manager. Investment strategy of the fund; Reason for increasing the investment in international equities; Asset allocation mix of the fund.


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