Bowman sees more pressures

Hemmerick, Steve
November 1993
Pensions & Investments;11/1/1993, Vol. 21 Issue 22, p31
Reports on the California Public Employees Retirement System. DeWitt Bowman's forecast that the social activists will succeed in using the financial clout of the said retirement system in the next decade; Reduction of external managers; Management of some internal equity assets again; Joining of giant public defined contribution plans; Disagreement with the belief that the fund will face increased political pressure.


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