Funds weed out money managers

Williams, Fred
January 1996
Pensions & Investments;1/22/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p83
Reports on pension funds' increased issuance of requests for information or RFI, a weeding process in searches for money managers and other service providers. RFI as an abbreviated requests for proposals questionnaire; Search for basic information about the vendor; Advantages of using RFI; Firms that made use of RFI; Selection process; Questions included in the typical informational questionnaire.


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