The Civil Aviation Authority Pension Scheme, London, hired Scottish...

The Civil Aviation Authority Pension Scheme, London, hired Scottish Widows Investment Management to run £150 million ($243 million) in European equities, said Mark Ashby, financial controller for the £3.4 billion plan ($5.5 billion). ‘‘We felt they were the best manager to fit our needs at the time,’’ he said. He would not comment on funding, but said all managers are reviewed on a regular basis.