The Suffolk County Council Pension Fund, Ipswich, England, is searching for managers to run £115 million to £175 million ($214.6 million to $325.6 million) in active U.K. equities and £115 million to £230 million in active global equities, corporate finance manager Peter Edwards said. Officials of the £1.1 billion plan have not decided the exact amount for each portfolio. Funding will come from terminating Societe Generale Asset Management, which ran £165 million in active U.K. equities, and Capital International, which handled £198 million in active global equities, both because of poor performance, Mr. Edwards said. SGAM spokesman Mik Bates and Capital spokesman Simon Levell both declined to comment. Proposals for both mandates are due Dec. 6. The RFP is available from consultant Hymans Robertson, which is assisting, at www.hymans.co.uk. Fund officials expect to appoint managers in late spring, Mr. Edwards said.