Government of Guam Retirement Fund, Maite, has stopped accepting proposals in its searches for a large-cap value and a large-cap growth domestic equity manager. The $1.4 billion defined benefit plan is concerned with the performance of the two current managers, said John Rios. He declined to identify the incumbents. The fund will begin sorting through the 27 responses to the growth RFP and 17 to the value RFP next week. The successful candidates, expected to be announced in March, will receive mandates of $100 million.