Weary of its performance, Brinson clients jumping ship

Feinberg, Phyllis; Payne, Beatrix
May 2000
Crain's Chicago Business;05/15/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 20, p82
Focuses on the defection of clients after the reorganization of Chicago, Illinois-based money manager Brinson Partners Inc. Discontent of the customers on the poor performance of the stock funds; Integration of Brinson Partners with Phillips and Drew ; Decision of Chief Executive Officer Ben Lenhardt to retain the company's investment style.


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