Insurance company seeks India equities manager via IPE Quest
A European insurance company has tendered a US$200m (€188m) Indian equities mandate via IPE Quest.
The insurance company is looking to invest in large cap equity or companies of all sizes, according to search QN-2281.
It has a preference for a Ucits-compliant pooled vehicle.
The investments should be actively managed and the benchmark should be the MSCI India index.
Bidding managers should have at least $500m of assets under management for this asset class, and at least $1bn in total firm-wide assets. They should have a track record of at least two years in Indian equities, but a minimum of five years is preferred.
The maximum tracking error is 10%, but there should be a divergence of at least 2%.
Interested parties should state performance gross of fees to 31 December 2016.
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