* The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Fund, Arlington, Va., does not use Barr Rosenberg's market neutral mutual fund, as was reported in the Sept. 7 issue.
* Several managers' returns were reported incorrectly in the Sept. 7 PIPER report.
Chase Bank of Texas' Equity Growth Group Fund was omitted inadvertently. The fund would have ranked eighth in the growth commingled equity universe for the year ended June 30, with a return of 37.5%.
The returns for other time periods ended June 30 are: 8.8% for the quarter; an annualized 31.5% for three years; and 22.2% for five years. As of Dec. 31, the fund had assets of $76 million.
The returns for three portfolio strategies of NISA Investments were omitted from the second-quarter managed fixed-income report. Its core duration strategy returned 2.6% in the quarter; 11.4% for the year; and 8.2% for the three-year period ended June 30. NISA's intermediate duration account returned 1.9%, 9% and 7% in the three periods; and the long duration fixed-income strategy returned 7.6%, 33.4% and 14.5%. The long duration strategy would have been first in its universe and second in the overall managed fixed-income universe.
Waddell & Reed Asset Management's international growth equity strategy also was omitted, and would have ranked first in the one- and five-year periods in its universe. The returns for the quarter, one-year, three-year and five-year periods are: 12.5%, 45.4%, 28% and 25.4%, respectively.
Ashland Management Inc. submitted an incorrect return for the second-quarter PIPER statistics. Its growth equity strategy returns for the quarter, year and three-year periods should have been: 4.5%, 32.8% and 28.7%.