The £200m Cookson Group Pension Plan in the UK is currently undertaking an actuarial valuation.
The Cookson Group hopes to sign off the results of its actuarial valuation at the beginning of July.
According to scheme benefit administrator Karin Hackett, the results of the valuation may lead to new mandates being issued.
The existing asset managers are Legal & General Investment Management (£20m - index linked gilts), Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (£135m - UK equities) and JP Morgan Investment Management (£45m - overseas equities).
The pension plan is advised by Bacon & Woodrow.
Cookson Group is an international materials technology group.
By Janet Du Chenne
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