The mutual fund performance figures that ran in the Aug. 8 issue were not as of June 30, as the charts stated. Corrected charts appear on page 58 of this issue.
National Trust Co., Toronto, hired Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., New York, to run an international equity fund. A Sept. 19 article misidentified National Trust.
The following firms were not listed or were listed incorrectly in the Pensions & Investments Performance Evaluation Report for the periods ended June 30:
Star Bank's employee benefit equity fund return in PIPER overall commingled equity and growth commingled equity universes, printed in the Aug. 22 issue, should have been 7.6% for the five-year period.
AIS Capital Management Inc.'s AIS TAAP account should have been listed in the Aug. 22 issue with PIPER TAA accounts managers for one-year returns, with a 3.9% return.
In the Sept. 5 issue, Strategic Fixed Income's global fixed-income account should have been listed with the top 10 managers for the one-year period, with a return of 6.2%. For the five-year period, the account returned 16% and was identified incorrectly as hedged.