United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund Investment Management Division, New York, is searching for one or more non-discretionary equity research providers.
The selected firm or firms will assist and advise on global emerging markets and frontier markets equity investments. The reason for the search, along with information on any incumbents, could not be learned by press time.
The posting is available on the U.N.’s website. Proposals are due by Dec. 31. A timeline for a hiring decision was not disclosed.
The $52.8 billion pension fund, which is primarily managed internally, had an asset allocation as of Nov. 27 of 62.8% public equity, 27.6% fixed income, 6.3% real assets and 3.3% alternative investments. The size of the emerging and frontier markets equity allocation could not be learned by press time.
A spokesman could not immediately provide additional information. A procurement official could not be reached by press time.