S.C.'s Fixed Income Falls, Equities Soar

Randall, Danielle
May 2000
Investment Management Weekly;05/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 20, p2
Reports that the board at the South Carolina Retirement System hired Montag & Caldwell in Atlanta, Georgia to handle a domestic active large-capitalization growth portfolio.


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