Maryland Launches Emerging Manager Program

Lewis, Jakema
June 2006
Investment Management Weekly;6/5/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p1
Reports on the launch of an emerging manager program by the State Retirement Agency of Maryland for its Retirement and Pension System. Statement issued by Anne Budowski, spokeswoman for the fund, about the program; Percentage of the fund's total assets to be structured for the manager program; Total amount of the fund's real estate investments as of June 2006.


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