Haverhill Retirement System Re-Releases Timber Search

Giardina, Michael
December 2013
Investment Management Mandate Pipeline;12/2/2013, p1
The article reports on the re-released request for proposal (RFP) by the Haverhill Retirement System, through its investment consultant Wainwright Investment Counsel (WIC), for private timber managers potentially amounting to a 5 million U.S. dollar deal. Date of submission of proposals is set on January 15, 2014. Details regarding the previously reported RFP of the City of Haverhill's pension plan in search for private timber managers are also presented.


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