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Bentley Becomes an LCG Shareholder
Date:3/24/2009

ATLANTA, March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- LCG Associates, a national investment consulting firm, has expanded its ownership to another employee, Britt L. Bentley, CFA, CAIA.

LCG's ownership provides significant incentive to attract and retain the best talent in the consulting industry. LCG rewards ownership in the Firm to employees that have demonstrated their commitment to excellence and honesty.

LCG Associates, Inc. provides investment consulting services for corporations, utilities, endowments, foundations, not-for-profit organizations, healthcare organizations, and other institutional asset pools. Institutional investment consulting is our only business,. LCG is independent and 100% employee-owned.

For more information on LCG, visit www.lcgassociates.com.


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