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Harvard fund picks new manager

Pimco director will replace Meyer at helm of $25.9b endowment

By Steve Bailey and Steven Syre
Globe Staff / October 14, 2005

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Harvard University has chosen Mohamed El-Erian, a leading investor in emerging market bonds and recent candidate to run the International Monetary Fund, to become the new manager of its $25.9 billion endowment, according to industry and university executives. (Full article: 632 words)

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