The Strathclyde Pension Fund, Glasgow, is looking for a transition manager to run "assets relating to planned and future changes," according to a notice posted on Tenders Electronic Daily, the online supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union which publishes EU public procurement notices. Proposals are due Jan. 4. Consultant Hymans Robertson is assisting. The £8.5 billion ($16.2 billion) fund has 54% of assets in U.K. equities, 26% in global ex-U.K. equities, 11% in bonds, 8% in real estate and 1% in private equity. CIO David Crum could not be reached by press time for additional comment.