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THOMSON ADVISORY GROUP ADOPTS UNIT OPTION PLAN AND EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT ARRANGEMENT

 STAMFORD, Conn., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomson Advisory Group L.P. (NYSE: TAG) today announced the adoption of a unit option plan for key employees. The plan, which is subject to unitholder approval, covers 1,250,000 units. The plan will be administered by a newly appointed unit option committee of the board of directors of TAGLP's general partner, which will have discretion to make awards under the plan and to determine the terms of particular awards.
 Furthermore, in an effort to facilitate the marketing of the Thomson Fund Group funds, TAGLP entered into an expense reimbursement agreement with Thomson Investor Services Inc., the fund's distributor and a subsidiary of TAGLP's general partner, under which agreement TAGLP will reimburse TIS for specified expenses associated with marketing efforts.
 Finally, TAGLP announced that the transfer of assets by customers of Prudential Securities from Cash Accumulation Trust was nearly complete. On Feb. 8, 1993, $861 million in assets were transferred and approximately $668 million are scheduled to be transferred on Feb. 16, 1993.
 Thomson Advisory Group L.P. serves as adviser to private accounts through its Columbus Circle Investors division and manages the Thomson Fund Group and Cash Accumulation Trust. As of Dec. 31, 1992, total assets under management were approximately $10.6 billion.
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