Soft dollars managers pay

Burr, Barry B.
August 1998
Pensions & Investments;8/10/1998, Vol. 26 Issue 16, p10
Editorial. Questions the use of soft-dollars by money managers to pay consultants. Questions asked by the Public School Retirement System of Missouri in its `request-for-proposals' (RFP); Details on issues raised in the RFP; Responses to the RFP.


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