Pension boss: ‘Placement agents serve a purpose’

As some US public pensions move to ban the use of placement agents, Mike Travaglini, the executive director of the $38bn Massachusetts PRIM, warned agents play a vital role in helping his small staff identify private equity and real estate opportunities.

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