The $11.8 billion New Mexico Public Employees Retirement Association may propose to extend contracts of three of its managers, Pensions &Investments reports. The proposal includes extending the contracts, set to expire on March 31, 2011, of RBC Global Asset Management and TimesSquareCapital Management for two years and a four-year extension of Eaton VanceInvestment Managers’ contract, which is set to expire on June 30, 2011.
RBC runs $200 million in active domestic small-cap growth equities, while TimesSquare manages the association’s $220 million active domestic small/midcap growth equity portfolio and Eaton Vance runs $200 million in active emerging markets equities. The association may also redeem $54 million from the Wellington Real Estate Investment Trust due to an upcoming change in portfolio managers in April or May.
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