The OPM Factor

Stein, David M.; McIntire, Greg
April 2003
Financial Planning;Apr2003, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p99
Discusses the importance of overlay portfolio management to multi-manager account programs. Logic behind an overlay portfolio management; Benefits of multi-manager accounts; Steps on how to design and implement an overlay portfolio.


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