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  2. Putnam Investments - Wikipedia

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    In 1997, Putnam Investments established a connection with Nippon Life Insurance in Osaka, Japan, and its subsidiary Nissay Asset Management Company. 2000 to 2006 The year 2000 marked the beginning of a gradual asset value decline that took Putnam's asset value from $400 billion to $192 billion.

  3. Best Mutual Funds To Invest In Now: 12 Top Performers

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    The Guggenheim Core Bond Fund invests mostly in investment-grade fixed-income securities, which may include closed-end funds and exchange-traded funds. It’s a lower-risk fund with solid returns ...

  4. Putnam - Wikipedia

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    Putnam Investments, American investment management firm Putnam Magazine, regional lifestyle magazine that covers Putnam County, New York Putnam's Magazine, 19th and early 20th century monthly American publication Putnam model, cost-estimation method in software engineering Putnam Museum and IMAX Theater in Davenport, Iowa

  5. Putnam family - Wikipedia

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    The prominent old colonial American and Puritan Putnam family founded by John and Priscilla (Gould) Putnam in the 17th century, in Salem, Massachusetts. Many notable individuals are descendants of this family, including those listed below. John Putnam was born about 1580 and came from Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England.

  6. George Putnam - Wikipedia

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    George Putnam - Wikipedia George Putnam From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia George Putnam may refer to: George Putnam (editor) (1872–1961), Oregon newspaper publisher and editor of the Statesman Journal George Putnam (newsman) (1914–2008), Los Angeles, California, television newsman George D. Putnam (born 1948), screenwriter, Unlawful Entry

  7. 2003 mutual fund scandal - Wikipedia

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    In a later settlement, Baxter and Pilgrim agreed to “pay $80 million – $60 million in disgorgement and $20 million in civil penalties.”. On December 18, 2003, the SEC “announced an enforcement action against Alliance Capital Management L.P. (Alliance Capital) for defrauding mutual fund investors. The SEC ordered Alliance Capital to pay ...

  8. Charles E. Haldeman - Wikipedia

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    Charles E. Haldeman. Charles Edgar Haldeman, Jr. (born October 29, 1948) was the chief executive officer of the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, known as Freddie Mac, a publicly traded company that is the second largest source of mortgage financing in the United States. On October 26, 2011, it was announced that Haldeman would retire ...

  9. Thomas H. Lee Partners - Wikipedia

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    TH Lee Putnam Ventures is a technology-focused private equity firm affiliated with THL and Putnam Investments, a leading global money management firm. TH Lee Putnam Ventures manages $1.1 billion in capital commitments and has invested approximately $850 million in more than 43 companies since the firm's formation in 1999. [24] Notes [ edit]