CIPAV, Paris, is searching for money managers to run a "flexible allocation" strategy.
The value of the portfolio could not be learned by press time.
CIPAV, which had about €5.3 billion ($6.3 billion) in assets at the end of 2017, wants managers to invest in European Union countries and those in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a notice on public procurement website Marches-Public said.
Interested managers must have €300 million in flexible allocation strategies. Contracts will run for five years with a possible one-year extension.
The pension fund is a multiemployer fund for doctors, pharmacists, dentists, accountants and other professions.
RFPs are due Sept. 21 and in French. A hiring date was not provided.
Executives could not be reached for comment by press time.