St. Louis College of Pharmacy Seeks Managers For Commodities Allocation

Mar 31 2006 | 12:00am ET

The $66 million St. Louis College of Pharmacy is currently looking for managers to fill a 5% maiden allocation to commodities. Gary Torrence, cio of the endowment, said “we did a study last year and reviewed commodities managers’ performance and would like to invest into more aggressive investments such as commodities.”

The fund has already hired one manager and is looking for more to fill the 5%. Torrence declined to name the hired manager. Tim Sant of Summit Strategies Group is assisting with the search.                         


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