The board members of the $115 million Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency are seeking proposals from investment managers to run between $5 million and $7 million for its open-end, core private market infrastructure strategies that invest in private market global infrastructure investments, according to the agency’s website.
Responding firms must have been in operation for at least five years and have managed one or more open-end global infrastructure strategies with total equity capital exceeding $2 billion. Only proposals for experienced managers of open-end core private market infrastructure portfolios will be considered. Closed-end strategies, first-time funds, public equity and sector-specific strategies will not be considered.
Managers can request a copy of the RFP at Meketa Investment Group’s Investment Manager Center’s website.
Proposals are due Jan. 6, 2017.A selection date was not disclosed.