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    Chicago Teachers Makes Emerging Manager-of-Managers Hire

    October 25, 2006

    The $11 billion Public School Teachers’ Pension & Retirement Fund of Chicago selected emerging manager-of-managers United Investment Managers to oversee a $100 million international program, said Kevin Huber, executive director at the plan.
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    Oil Company Shells Out Money To FIS

    October 25, 2006

    The $6.54 billion Shell Oil Company defined benefit pension plan has terminated Progress Investment Management and hired emerging manager-of-managers FIS Funds Management.
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    Md. Selects Northern Trust For Emerging Manager Program

    October 17, 2006

    The Maryland State Retirement & Pension System has selected Northern Trust Global Advisors today to handle its new $350 million emerging manager program, the $35 billion plan announced. The other finalist was Progress Investment Management.
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    Ennis Knupp Emerging Manager Pro Suspended From Industry

    October 4, 2006

    James Casselberry, a principal at Ennis Knupp + Associates, left the consulting firm on Sept. 22 after the Securities & Exchange Commission found him in violation of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940 in relation to his time as chairman and ceo of Trias Capital Management.
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    Alameda Approves Emerging Program

    October 4, 2006

    The $4.8 billion Alameda County (Calif.) Employees Retirement Association will move forward with establishing a $48 million emerging manager program next year, said Betty Tse, cio at the plan.
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    Dividend Investors Optimistic On Interest

    October 4, 2006

    The dividend growth rate of the Standard & Poor’s 500 has risen by double digits the past two years, reaching 14.3% in 2005, and several emerging managers are touting their dividend portfolios as options for institutional investors seeking extra returns from their portfolios through low volatility strategies.
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