Alabama Trust Fund Seeks Consultant

Sorondo, Marc
October 2006
Investment Management Weekly;10/9/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 38, p3
This article reports on the launch of a search for an investment consultant by the Alabama Office of the State Treasurer. The investment consultant will assist the Alabama Trust Fund. Interested firms are required to have at least five years of experience consulting with trust funds. Firms must also have assets that are over $500 million in all standard asset classes.


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