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  1. U.S. real estate still attractive to foreign institutional investors

    trueForeign capital is flooding into U.S. real estate despite lower return expectations.

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  1. Managers alter models to keep their investors happy

    trueReal estate managers are tweaking their models, turning to joint ventures and other arrangements with asset owners and operators to generate capital and deal flow.

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  2. Covariance taps 1st CEO

    trueKevin Nee was named CEO of Covariance Capital Management, a subsidiary of TIAA-CREF that provides outsourced investment services, said company spokeswoman Daisy Okas.

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  3. California's 529 plan drops PIMCO Total Return Fund

    trueScholarShare, California's 529 college savings plan, on Friday terminated PIMCO's Total Return Fund.

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  4. Maumelle, Ark., signs TIAA-CREF as bundled provider for 401(a) plan

    trueMaumelle, Ark., hired TIAA-CREF as bundled provider for its $2.5 million 401(a) plan, pending contract negotiations.

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  5. TIAA-CREF hires senior product distribution executive

    trueThomas Streiff has joined TIAA-CREF as senior managing director and head of retirement income and product distribution integration

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  6. TIAA-CREF adds investment strategy director for 529 plans

    trueJeremy Thiessen was named senior director of investment strategy at TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, said Chad Peterson, spokesman at TIAA-CREF.

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  7. New York City Retirement Systems names new CIO

    trueFormer president of TIAA-CREF Asset Management Scott Evans was named chief investment officer of the $150 billion New York City Retirement Systems.

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  8. TIAA-CREF chooses institutional retirement sales director

    trueRyan Madsen was named senior director of the institutional retirement plan sales division at TIAA-CREF.

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  9. Final verdict on Nuveen deal a few years away

    trueSome Madison Dearborn Partners LLC investors might take a hit on the firm's investment in money manager Nuveen Investments — which it is selling to TIAA-CREF for $6.25 billion — but many are not going to abandon the firm just yet.

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  10. Arkansas State University System looking for DC investment consultant

    trueArkansas State University System, Little Rock, is searching for an investment consultant for its $400 million 403(b) plan, said Carol Barnhill, director of procurement services.

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  11. After big TIAA-CREF-Nuveen deal, boom predicted in manager mergers

    trueIn the wake of TIAA-CREF's purchase of Nuveen Investments Inc., industry watchers say there is more to come.

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  12. TIAA-CREF buys Nuveen Investments for $6.25 billion

    trueTIAA-CREF is acquiring Nuveen Investments from an investor group led by private equity investment firm Madison Dearborn Partners for $6.25 billion, which includes Nuveen's outstanding debt.

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  13. Farmland investing in California: Withstanding a historic drought

    trueCalifornia is the nation's most productive agricultural state and is home to a $35 billion agricultural industry. It is also bone dry.

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