USA Fund Provides Geographical Control of Investments

Keiran, David
November 2006
Investment Management Weekly;11/13/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p6
The article reports that the New Boston Fund has found a way to allow pension funds and institutional investors to have geographic control over their assets. Senior vice president of investor relationships for the New Boston Fund, David Keiran stated that the USA Fund was rolled out in 2005 to take advantage of some of the opportunities seen by the firm. He added that the firm designed the USA Fund to be a $200 million equity fund that could do about $800 million of transactions.


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