Massachusetts Water Resources Authority Employees Retirement System, Chelsea, is looking for at least one global asset allocation manager to run up to a total of $25 million, according to a posting on the Massachusetts Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission website.
The $240 million fund is not seeking a traditional balanced manager, according to the posting, and applicants must have an eVestment Alliance profile. All formal requests for the RFP should be directed to the MWRA Employees Retirement System, 2 Griffin Way, Chelsea, MA 02150 Attn: Brian M. Leahy, executive officer, by 2 p.m. EDT May 9. Proposals must be submitted by 2 p.m. EDT May 30. Further information was not available. Neither Mr. Leahy nor Kristin Reynolds, the funds consultant at NEPC, returned a call seeking comment by press time.