Pension Expert: Wall St. Fees a Losing Investment for N.J. Taxpayers

June 4, 2015

The $1.5 billion in fees the state of New Jersey paid to Wall Street pension fund managers over the past five years was an unwise use of taxpayer money, concludes a nationally known investment expert who analyzed pension investment returns and fund management fees.

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