New York City's comptroller-elect will explore how much internal asset management the city's five pension funds can assume as a means of minimizing investment fees, he said Friday.

"Other large institutional investors have expanded asset management in-house and we're working on that," Scott Stringer told reporters after delivering the keynote address at a Citizens Budget Commission conference on financial challenges facing the new city administration.

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