Baltimore City Retirement Savings Plan is searching for an investment consultant, said an RFP posted on the plan's website.
The plan is seeking "proposals from qualified organization(s) to provide investment consulting services" to the city's 401(a) plan and 457 plan.
Proposals are due at 3 p.m. EST on Jan. 12, 2018. A selection is scheduled for June 21, 2018. The RFP is available on the plan's website.
The asset size for the plans, name of the current consultant and whether it is invited to rebid was not available. Corey Robey, operations manager, and Roselyn H. Spencer, member of the plan's board of trustees and executive director and chief investment officer of the $1.6 billion Baltimore City Employees' Retirement System and $25 million Elected Officials' Retirement System, could not be reached to provide further information.