The newly merged NGS Super fund has dropped Bernstein from its international equities lineup following a review of its portfolio last month.

The review also resulted in the termination of a $190 million mandate with National Capital Alliance and a $37 million investment in the Lazard Global Equities Fund as previously reported in the December issue of Investment & Technology magazine. Broad global shares mandates held by BGI and Morgan Stanley have been retained, as well as an emerging markets mandates held by Colonial and a smaller companies mandate held by Goldman Sachs JB Were. According to Colin McGuinness, NGS Super chief executive officer, transition of the sector began last month and was recently completed.

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