Investors Must Conduct Due Diligence, March 2

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March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Ed Rogers, chief executive officer of Rogers Investment Advisors, talks about corporate governance in Japan and its implications for investors. AIJ Investment Advisors Co. was suspended on Feb. 24 by Japan’s financial regulator after it couldn’t account for all of the 185.3 billion yen ($2.3 billion) it managed for clients as of March 2011. Japanese pensions including those representing unions were among clients that had money with AIJ, which hasn't been accused of wrongdoing. Rogers speaks from New York with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)


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