Tacoma Issues RFP For Private Equity FoFs

Oct 14 2008 | 11:34am ET

The $1 billion Tacoma Employees’ Retirement System is looking for a private equity secondary fund of funds shop to manage a $25 million to $50 million mandate.

Managers interested in the mandate must have at least $200 million in private equity fund of funds or separate accounts under its discretionary management. Firms must also be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The deadline for the request for proposal is Oct. 27 and the system will begin interviewing firms starting Nov. 21.  The mandate is projected to begin in January.

A copy of the RFP can be accessed on the plan’s Web site.


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