Danske Capital has used IPE-Quest to conduct a search for an additional emerging market equity manager for its investment platform.
According to search QN1348, the $200m (€145m) mandate calls for a minimum track record of three years, preferably five.
The mandate will be measured against MSCI Emerging Markets index, and the applicant’s track record must be for a standalone emerging market equity product (no carve outs allowed).
Danske said it would also prefer a manager with a “proven track record” and a skilled investment team that has ”worked together for a long period of time within this specific asset class”.
Otherwise, it has no minimum assets-under-management requirements, while tracking error guidelines are to be confirmed at a later date.
Danske said the product would be launched within a UCITS setup available for sale in all Nordic countries, and the portfolio will be set up as a segregated account and sub-advised mandate.
Interested parties should state performance, gross of fees, to the end of September.
The closing date for applications is 20 November.
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