A Europe-based insurance company is looking for an asset manager to run a $50m-100m (€36m-72m) global developed market equities mandate, according to a search on IPE-Quest.

In search QN1406, the unnamed investor is searching for a firm to manage an all/large-cap, global, developed market portfolio using an enhanced index style.

The benchmark is to be the MSCI World TR USD.

Managers should have at least $500m in assets under management for the mandate, and a minimum of $2bn under management as a firm.

Tracking error guidelines for the mandate range from 0.5% to 2.0%.

Applicants should supply performance data net of fees to 31 March.

The deadline for responses is 15 May. 

Meanwhile, a charity based in Europe is interested in finding an asset manager to run a global emerging market equities mandate.

The charity, which has not been named, is conducting a preliminary review via IPE-Quest’s Discovery service, to see which managers are available before any more formal request for proposal or information.

The investment style for the equities mandate is to be growth, using an active process.

The inquiry is numbered as Discover 21, and the IPE-Quest number is QN1407.

The closing date for responses is 16 May.