Greenwich (Conn.) Retirement System is searching for an investment consultant for its $400 million defined benefit plan.
Eligible candidates must have at least five years of experience advising public pension funds with more than $300 million in assets.
NEPC is the current consultant, according to an investment report on the town’s website. It could not be learned by press time whether the firm can rebid.
As of Nov. 30, the pension fund’s allocation was 40.6% domestic equities, 23.8% fixed income, 14.8% international equities, 8.5% private equity, 4.1% real estate, 3.7% private debt, 2.3% cash and 2.2% commodities.
The RFP is available on the town’s website. Proposals are due at 3 p.m. EST Feb. 10. A selection date could not be learned.
Neither James Giarraputo Latham, senior buyer for the town’s purchasing department, nor Peter P. Mynarski Jr., town comptroller, could be reached by press time.