Rfp - Emerging Local Managers for City Municipal Pension Trust Fund


We are no longer accepting submissions.

What is it?

The City of Pittsburgh Comprehensive Municipal Pension Trust (CMPTF) contains the investments and assets that are used to fund, in part, outstanding pension liabilities. This Request for Proposal (RFP) is open to local fund managers that have a principal or office location within a one hundred mile radius of the City County Building, 414 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 but within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Candidates must have a proven track record of high and consistent investment yields. Due date for questions: 11/3/2015

What do I need?

You will need the following documents to bid on this opportunity:

  • Insurance certificate
    A document from the bidder's insurer, which is used to prove the bidder can cover project liabilities. The City of Pittsburgh must be named as "additionally insured" and the certificate must be valid through the term of the contract.

Download Opportunity Documents

Not sure where to start? The document labeled as an RFP (Request for Proposals), RFQ (Request for Qualifications), or IFB (Invitation for Bid) will contain more detailed instructions about the project timeline, what we're looking for, and how to put together a proposal.

How do I bid?

Sealed proposals must be received by the time indicated in the soliciation document on the last day of the submission period. See document for specific instructions concerning printed and/or digital copies. Postmarks are not sufficient. Proposals by fax and email will not be accepted.

Mail or deliver proposals to the address detailed in the main solicitation document (RFP, IFB, RFQ).


October 20, 2015

Opportunity opens for submissions.

November 09, 2015 at 04:00PM EST

Deadline to submit proposals.

Have a question?

We'd be happy to answer it! Send it in to Paul Leger at paul.leger@pittsburghpa.gov.

Please refer to the timeline section of the opportunity documents to see when the question & answer period opens and closes.