New Hampshire Public Employees Deferred Compensation Plan, Concord, is searching for an investment consultant, said Barry Glennon, chairman of New Hampshire’s Deferred Compensation Commission.
The $283 million 457 plan is conducting the search due to the upcoming expiration of current consultant Segal Rogerscasey’s contract on Dec. 31; the firm is inviteRogerscasey’s contract on Dec. 31; the firm is invited to rebid.
The RFP is available on the state’s website. Proposals are due at 4 p.m. EST on Dec. 4. Finalist presentations, if needed, are tentatively scheduled for Dec. 16-17, with an award date of Jan. 8.