Fonds de Reserve pour les Retraites is seeking one or more analytics providers to measure and evaluate the environmental footprint of its portfolio.
The €37.2 billion ($39.2 billion) pension fund based in Paris intends to identify assets with a heavy carbon footprint, posing physical risks, generating energy and assets supporting ecological transition, said a public procurement notice.
A provider will be selected for a two-year period with a possibility of a one-year extension.
FRR said in December it would exclude tobacco companies and those that derive more than 20% of their revenue from thermal coal extraction from its equity and bond portfolios.
The RFP is available on a French procurement website. Registration is required. Proposals are due Jan. 30.
A spokesman for the pension fund was not available by press time for a further comment about the search.