In the May 29 issue, Hellman, Jordan Fund L.P. was incorrectly categorized as a growth fund in the PIPER growth commingled equity chart. It is a hedge fund and should have been listed in the "other equity" universe, which is part of the full PIPER report.
Also, in the June 12 issue, CIGNA Retirement & Investment Services fixed-income fund should have been listed with PIPER intermediate duration commingled fixed income. For the period ended March 31, the one-year return for the fund was 5.7% and the five-year return was 9.5%.
Societe Generale Asset Management, New York, was omitted from the June 26 rankings of overseas managers. Societe Generale had $108 million in international/global U.S. tax-exempt assets as of March 31. The firm would have ranked 108 on Pensions & Investments' table.