Med. School Ups Hedge Fund Allocation

Jun 30 2006 | 3:20pm ET

The $30 million American College of Surgeons in Chicago has increased its allocation to hedge fund manager Evanston Capital Management by 2%. Gay Vincent, comptroller, said the foundation increased the investment amount two weeks ago to protect against inflation.

Evanston manages 12% of the foundation's portfolio. Callan Associates assisted with the move.


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