New York State Fund Transforms Building

Rasmussen, Eric
July 1999
Investment Management Weekly;7/19/99, Vol. 12 Issue 27, p5
Reports that New York State Common Retirement Fund has acquired the interest of Blackacre Capital Management and partnered with Taconic Investment Partners LLC. Total investment given by Taconic; Information on the partnership.


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