Luzerne Watches ICM, Terminates Others

J. L.
January 2005
Investment Management Weekly;1/17/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p3
The article presents information on the termination of two small capital money managing firms by Luzerne County Retirement Board. It also plans to terminate a third managers due to the same reason of inability to meet the target. Emerald Advisors Inc. and Westcap Advisors are the terminated firms from their respective small capital accounts. Emerald Advisors LLC managed to meet around $2 million for the trust. The portfolio size for the account managed by Westcap could not be determined.


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