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  • Search & Hire Directory

    The Money Management Intelligence Search & Hire Directory provides access to the iiSEARCHES database of institutional sales leads on investment manager and consultant searches being conducted by North American plan sponsors that are critical for winning business.

    The Search & Hire Directory reflects the status of searches & hires recorded by iiSEARCHES in the two weeks preceding the posted date. Search and sort for potential, new, updated and completed mandates by date, fund & city, AUM, plan type, assignment region, asset class/service and account size. For your convenience, you may save the specific search criteria that you select for use at another time.

    For more updated information, plus access to RFPs, plan sponsor and consultant contacts, dynamic search tracking and more, please visit iisearches.com. To report manager hires and new searches, email iiSEARCHES Data Editor Louis Pope at lpope@iiintelligence.com or call +1-212-224-3211.

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