Cardiff University Pensions Fund, Cardiff, Wales, is searching for a provider of administration, actuarial and consultancy services, and for an investment consultant, for the defined benefit plan.
The CUPF, which had £153.6 million ($260 million) as of July 31, 2014, according to the latest available annual report, was frozen in 2011.Pension fund trustees are looking for one provider of administration, actuarial and general pension consultancy services, and one investment consultant, said a filing on Sell2Wales, the Welsh public procurement website.
A spokesman for the university said the current provider of administration, actuarial and investment consulting is Aon Hewitt.
Applications are due Aug. 28. The contract begins Feb. 1, and runs for three years. There is an option to extend the contract up to a maximum of two years. The spokesman added that while the university does not have an exact hire date, it is anticipated that it will be sometime in November.