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The $15.5 billion City and County of San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System (SFERS) has issued a request for proposals for an investment consulting firm to provide the system with general investment consulting advice and services.
In general, the selected firm will assist the board in the on-going process of investment policy review and compliance, strategic investment planning and asset allocation decisions. Any questions concerning this RFP or the RFP process should be directed to David Kushner at David.Kushner@sfgov.org.
The deadline for submissions is Jan.29, 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
In other SFERS news, the system recently approved private equity investments of up to $40 million in Thomas H. Lee Fund VI, up to $20 Million in Technology Partners Fund VIII, and up to $20 Million in Sankaty Credit Opportunities Fund III, LP.