Quincy (Mass.) Contributory Retirement System is looking to commit between $3 million and $5 million to a non-core private market infrastructure strategy.
Meketa Investment Group, investment consultant to the $346 million defined benefit plan, is assisting with the search.
Responding firms must have been in operation for at least three years and have managed one or more core and non-core global infrastructure strategies with total equity capital exceeding $500 million as of Sept. 30. First-time funds, public equity and sector-specific strategies will not be considered.
The RFP is available on Meketa's website. Proposals are due 3 p.m. EDT March 12. A selection date was not disclosed.
Edward J. Masterson, executive director of the retirement system, and Todd K. Silverman, principal at Meketa, could not be reached for comment.