Wiltshire Pension Fund, Trowbridge, England, is searching for a global emerging markets multiasset manager to run £140 million ($213 million), according to an announcement posted on Tenders Electronic Daily, a European procurement platform.
The selected manager will run a portfolio of mainly equities and bonds for the £1.4 billion pension fund.
According to the pension fund's website, there are currently no dedicated emerging markets managers. It has an asset allocation of 37% overseas/global equity, 18% alternatives, 16.5% bonds, 15.5% U.K. equity and 13% property.
The announcement is available on TED's website. Proposals are due Aug. 29.
David Anthony, head of pensions, did not return a telephone call by press time.