Weymouth (Mass.) Contributory Retirement System issued RFPs for an active international small-cap equity manager to run $3 million and a private equity manager to handle $3 million in a vintage 2010 fund of funds, according to the RFPs received by e-mail from the fund.
The international equity manager must be oriented toward developed markets, with no more than 20% of the portfolio's assets exposed to emerging markets.
Candidates for either portfolio must have at least $500 million in assets under management. Those applying for the private equity mandate must have at least $250 million deployed in private equity, and international equity manager hopefuls must have $100 million in international small-cap equity assets under management.
Proposals for both mandates are due by 4 p.m. EST Jan. 19. The RFPs do not indicate when a decision will be made.
Officials at Weymouth could not be reached for comment by press time.