New Hampshire Retirement System, Concord, is searching for a general investment consultant and alternatives consultant, confirmed spokesman Marty Karlon.
The $5.4 billion system issued the RFP because incumbent NEPC's contract expires Dec. 31, said Mr. Karlon in a telephone interview. NEPC can rebid.
NEPC handles both general and alternative investments, and system officials are considering taking on separating consultants for both duties, according to Mr. Karlon.
It is also possible the system will stay with one consultant for both, he said.
A PDF copy of the RFP is available from the pension fund's website.
Proposals are due at 5 p.m. EDT April 4. Semifinalist presentations are expected July 20 and finalist presentations and a decision by the system's board of trustees are expected on Sept. 11.
The investment consultant's initial two-year contract is expected to begin Jan. 1.