Denmark’s LD Pensions has launched a tender process for a portfolio analysis, risk management and performance measurement system.

In a notice posted on the TED EU tendering website yesterday, LD Pensions said it was looking for “an integrated off-the-shelf system that measures performance and risk of LD Pensions’ investments”.

The Frederiksberg-based organisation said bidders should have an existing system that provided ex-ante risk measurement, performance measurement, portfolio analysis and reporting, and integration of ESG in those topics.

“LD Pensions is not searching for a system that covers the flow from front office to back office,” it said, and put the estimated value of the 48-month renewable contract excluding VAT at DKK13m (€1.74m).

The deadline for receipt of tenders is the end of 27 November.

Investor in Switzerland tenders US$1bn small-cap equity mandate

Separately, an investor based in Switzerland has issued a tender for $1bn in active small-cap core equities investing on global markets (ex Switzerland) via IPE Quest.

According to search QN-2847, the investor is seeking to invest in the asset class following the MSCI World ex Switzerland Small Cap index.

Participating firms should have $3bn in assets under management under this asset class and $10bn in total AUM. They should also hold a minimum three-year track record, but five years is preferred.

The deadline for the IPE Quest mandate is 20 November at 5pm UK time.

The IPE news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE Quest, Discovery, or Innovation tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information directly from IPE Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 3465 9330 or email

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