Sunday, 23 November 2014
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Jun 23 2006 | 8:59pm ET
The $758 million Ohio State Highway Patrol Retirement System will review its asset allocation and manager lineup next month. The review comes after the hire of a new consultant, Hartland & Co. After the consultant's review of the plan's assets and manager rosters, the fund hopes to conclude its fund-of-hedge funds and global tactical asset allocation searches.
The plan had issued RFPs for the two asset classes last year and received responses; however, the selection process was put on hold due to the consultant search. Richard Curtis, executive director, said Hartland will review the responses and ask for updated information from the managers. He said it is unlikely the fund will issue new RFPs and expects to make a hire in the next three months.
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