GPIF seeks provider of information on investment strategies

The Government Pension Investment Fund is inviting firms with “sufficient expertise and know-how … and have past experience [of] providing information on investment strategy to institutional investors in Japan or abroad [for] no less than 10 years” to submit proposals for providing it with such services.

The first step for intending applicants is to acquire from the Fund a copy of the “Request for Proposals and Specification” relating to the project which today’s notice suggests will run for two years.

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