Former Ohio Teachers' Trustee Charged

Sorondo, Marc
June 2006
Investment Management Weekly;6/26/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p3
Focuses on Jack Chapman, former trustee of the State Teachers' Retirement System of Ohio who pleaded guilty to charges of accepting gifts from brokers seeking business with the system. Fines imposed against Chapman; Other officials from the Teachers' system who faced similar charges; Comments from Laura Eckler, spokeswoman for the system.


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