Asset management firms with pro-defined contribution viewpoints may want to think twice about asking public sector defined benefit plans for contributions to their funds.

That’s because the American Federation of Teachers union yesterday released a list of 34 investment managers with directors, managers, advisers or executives linked to three organizations, including the Manhattan Institute, the Show-Me Institute and StudentsFirst, that opposes DB plans.

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