Gainesville (Fla.) City Employees Pension Fund hired Silchester to manage $14 million in active international value equities and Dresdner RCM to handle $10 million in active international growth equities, said Tim Christiansen, pension management analyst. The $155 million pension plan terminated Zurich Scudder, which managed $16.5 million in active international core equities, because plan officials want to move away from the asset style. The balance will come from other portfolios across the board, he said. The plans asset allocation is 70% equity and 30% fixed income. Summit Strategies advised.