Nuclear Fuel Services Inc., Erwin, Tenn., is conducting an asset allocation study of its $50 million pension fund, said Andy Landers, compensation and benefits manager. Mr. Landers said he hopes to add a small-cap equity component to the fund, which has its equity investments in active international and active domestic growth and value midcap styles. The study should conclude by the end of this year.
The fund, which Mr. Landers said is roughly a 50/50 split between equities and fixed income, currently has a fixed income portfolio with PIMCO; an international equity portfolio with Templeton; a value equity account with Wellington Management and growth equities with Montag & Caldwell. He could not provide further details.