An insurance company from the Nordic region is looking for an asset manager to take on a $100m (€89m) mandate to invest in small-cap equities in Asia excluding Japan.
According to a search on IPE Quest, the insurer will only accept strategies offered as a pooled vehicle.
The fund must be UCITS-compliant and registered in Luxembourg or Ireland.
The preferred benchmark for the US dollar-denominated mandate is the MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Small Cap Net index, with assets being managed actively.
Firms responding should have at least $1bn under management in total, and a minimum of $250m for this asset class.
Tracking error should be kept between 3% and 10%.
Firms responding should state performance to 31 March and supply data gross of fees.
They should have a track record of at least three years, though track records of five years are preferable, according to the search.
The closing date is 25 May at 5pm GMT, with a shortlist to be selected on 1 June.
The deadline for submissions of RFPs has been set at 15 June, with the final selection being made by the board on 15 September.
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