United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, New York, is searching for a non-discretionary real assets consultant.
The office of investment management for the $81.7 billion pension fund is seeking a consultant to provide advice related to the pension fund's growing allocation to infrastructure, timber and agriculture investments, according to a request for information posted on the U.N.'s procurement website.
The RFI does not disclose further information on the real assets allocation or whether there is a current firm providing the services.
As of May 19, the actual allocation to real assets was 0.5%, according to a report on the pension fund's website.
The RFI is available on the U.N.'s procurement website. Responses are due on June 2. A timeline for a selection was not provided.
Ricardo Velez Castellon, procurement officer, could not be immediately reached for further information.