Insurance company tenders €200m EM currency mandate using IPE-Quest
An undisclosed European insurance company has tendered a €200m emerging market hard currency mandate using IPE-Quest.
According to search QN-2065, the investment process should combine top-down country/sector selection with bottom-up duration/issue selection.
The client is also looking for “large and experienced” teams that have not experienced major personnel changes in recent years.
Fund managers should have at least €2bn in assets under management (AUM) as a company and €1bn in AUM for the asset class itself.
They must also have a minimum track record of five years.
Tracking error for the core, active mandate should range between 1% and 5%, employing the JP Morgan EMBI Global Diversified index as a benchmark.
Interested parties should state performance – gross of fees and in US dollars – to the end of May.
The closing date for applications is 24 June, 5pm GMT.
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