UK - The £499m Highland Council Pension Fund is tendering for investment advisory and consultancy services.
The fund requires advice on fund level, investment managers, asset classes, AVCs and asset liability modelling.
The deadline for bids for the five-year contract is 10 January 2007.
Earlier this year, the Highland Council completed a review of its investment arrangements, which led to wholesale changes at the fund. Previously, the scheme had been managed by both Baillie Gifford and Rothschild Asset Management.
The scheme appointed Alliance Bernstein as well as Fidelity Investments to run a £74m fixed income brief, Schroder Investment Management to run a £29m property portfolio and Legal & General Investment Management to run a £123m passive mandate.
In August, the fund also announced it was considering extending its commission recapture programme to cover all its fund managers.
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