Dull is good

9 April 2015 By Richard Beales

The city’s comptroller is upset by the fees its $160 bln of pension funds pay Wall Street. Active stock and bond managers end up essentially no better than index benchmarks. But it’s private equity and other off-market investments that seem to cost much more than they’re worth.

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