* St. Paul Companies Inc. had $2 billion in employee benefit assets as of Sept. 30. The company was listed incorrectly in the Top 1,000 pension fund listing in the Jan. 24 issue.
* Nick Mencher works for INVESCO U.S. Institutional Group. His employer was misidentified in a Feb. 21 Frontline.
* Capital Consultants' limited duration fixed-income account returned 7.7% for the five-year period ended Dec. 31 and should have been first on the listing of five-year returns. It was omitted inadvertently from the PIPER managed limited duration table in the Feb. 21 issue.
* Because of a data entry error, incorrect one- and three-year returns were published Feb. 21 for American Realty Advisors. Correct returns for the firm's Separate Accounts product for those periods are 14.2% and 16.7%, respectively.
* Fiduciary Capital Management's GIC/stable value account should have topped the one-year returns for PIPER managed limited duration fixed-income accounts with a return of 6.7%. It was omitted inadvertently from the list in the Feb. 21 issue.