Cambridge University Assistants' Contributory Pension Scheme, Cambridge, England, hired U.K. consultant Redington as investment adviser.
Redington will provide support to the investment committee in evolving the investment strategy for the £700 million ($880 million) defined benefit fund.
One of Redington's key responsibilities will be enhancing the fund's focus on climate transition.
Redington will also provide manager research for the fund's global investments, including private, alternative and impact strategies.
Michael Pratten, chairman of CUACPS investment committee, said in a news release Monday that the strength of Redington's team and depth of capabilities across both public and private markets as well as in sustainable investment will prove invaluable as the fund evolves its long-term strategy.
A spokesman could not be reached for additional information.