Fort Lauderdale Moves Growth Search Along

Giardina, Michael
April 2010
Investment Management Weekly;4/13/2010, p1
The article announces the Fort Lauderdale General Employees' Retirement System Board of Trustees's selection of five small-cap/smid-cap growth equity manager as the likely candidatres for its new mandate. According to pension administrator David Desmond, the finalists, including Century Capital Management, Lord Abbett and M&I Investment Management Corp., were chosen from almost 76 respondents. The former manager, Global Capital Management (GCM), will be replaced due to underperformance.


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