El Paso Eyes PPIP

27 Aug 2009

The $460 million El Paso City Employees Pension Fund is discussing carving out a percentage of its portfolio to participate in the Public-Private Investment Program.

The $460 million El Paso City Employees Pension Fund is discussing carving out a percentageof its portfolio to participate in the Public-Private Investment Program. The fund’s consultant Mercer plans to provide a presentation about the PPIP program to the board soon. Robert Ash, executive director, is not ...

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