The truth about active management

D'Amore, Christopher E.
March 1998
Employee Benefits Journal;Mar1998, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p14
Offers information for pension plan sponsors concerning active management and investment options. Information overload; Value of diversification; Success of active managers; Effect of having a high proportion of active managers on returns; Factors driving growth in index management; Challenge for plan sponsors with growth in pension assets and investment options.


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