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OL CI Financial Wellbeing

Orbit South Housing Association Limited | Published December 1, 2016
OL CI Financial Wellbeing.

Provision of Mentor and Financial Inclusion Partners

Torus62 Limited | Published November 4, 2016
Provision of Mentor and Financial Inclusion Partners.

Financial markets administration services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) Financial Management Policy and Accounting team (FMPA) provides financial management services for the MOD. This includes a Treasury Management service that operates the current Fuel Hedging Financial Services Framework with accredited commercial and investment institutions.

The requirement covers bulk aviation (jet fuel), marine diesel and ground fuel and instruments (Swaps) over 3 years (on a rolling quarterly basis) from 2017 to 2020 with an option to extend for a further one year until 2021. The Forecast annual requirement of aviation, marine and ground fuel for the MOD is 820 000 000 litres. Under the agreements Swaps will be offered for some 80 % of the MOD forecast demand, on a quarterly basis, layered 3 years forwards.

Financial markets administration services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Other | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) Financial Management Policy and Accounting team (FMPA) provides financial management services for the MOD. This includes a Treasury Management service that operates the current Fuel Hedging Financial Services Framework with accredited commercial and investment institutions.

The requirement covers bulk aviation (jet fuel), marine diesel and ground fuel and instruments (Swaps) over 3 years (on a rolling quarterly basis) from 2017 to 2020 with an option to extend for a further 1 year until 2021. The Forecast annual requirement of aviation, marine and ground fuel for the MOD is 820 000 000 litres. Under the agreements Swaps will be offered for some 80 % of the MOD forecast demand, on a quarterly basis, layered 3 years forwards.

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) Financial Management Policy and Accounting team (FMPA) provides financial management services for the MOD. This includes a Treasury Management service that operates the current Fuel Hedging Financial Services Framework with accredited commercial and investment institutions.

The requirement covers bulk aviation (jet fuel), marine diesel and ground fuel and instruments (Swaps) over 3 years (on a rolling quarterly basis) from 2017 to 2020 with an option to extend for a further 1 year until 2021. The Forecast annual requirement of aviation, marine and ground fuel for the MOD is 820 000 000 litres. Under the agreements Swaps will be offered for some 80 % of the MOD forecast demand, on a quarterly basis, layered 3 years forwards.

The Dynamic Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (DPQQ) should be accompanied by evidence of legal status, economic standing and technical capacity, in line with the additional Technical Questions. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. If interested parties have already submitted such evidence in relation to another requirement, they should note this in their DPQQ submission and provide details of the requirement and to whom the information was addressed.

Provision of Fuel Hedging Financial Services for the Ministry of Defence

Ministry of Defence | Published November 15, 2016
Provision of Fuel Hedging Financial Services for the Ministry of Defence.

Financial and insurance services

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

The Contracting Authority seeks to establish a single supplier national Framework to enable it and other named Contracting Bodies to help them manage and prevent debt arising from all operational areas in order to minimise the value lost through bad debt. Secondly, the establishment of a Joint Venture with the Contracting

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Authority, with the Joint Venture providing services back to the successful Supplier. The framework agreement shall be made available to all local authorities in the UK, as defined through the following websites.

(a) (England) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/491463/List_of_councils_in_England.pdf

(b) (Scotland) http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils

(c) (Wales) http://www.wlga.gov.uk/authorities

In addition to the information in the short description (II.1.4), it is a critical requirement that the successful supplier can demonstrate not only effective debt management and strategies, operations and techniques but that they can achieve whilst deploying the highest ethical standards. Also a requirement to create a Joint Venture (‘JV’) with the Contracting Authority (‘CA’) to which all work won under this framework shall be sub-contracted. The JV will take the form of a corporate vehicle (company, limited partnership or limited liability partnership the form and nature to be agreed post-award). Through the JV the successful bidder will be required to work with the CA's Business Intelligence team exploiting existing analytical models and techniques to reduce the probability of debt arising in the first place and to fulfil any other financial, commercial, and social objectives that may be determined.

MARKET SCOPING RESEARCH FOR THE FINANCIAL & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TRAINING INDUST

Foreign & Commonwealth Office | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
Market scoping research for the Financial and Professional Service Training Industry in China 

The administration/delivery of a financial support scheme for heat networks, known as the Heat Netwo

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills | Published November 8, 2016
The administration/delivery of a financial support scheme for heat networks, known as the Heat Netwo

The Provision of Chevening South Asia Journalism Fellowship and Chevening Financial Services

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 12, 2016
The Provision of Chevening South Asia Journalism Fellowship and Chevening Financial Services.

MARKET SCOPING RESEARCH FOR THE FINANCIAL & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TRAINING INDUST

Foreign & Commonwealth Office | Published October 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
Market scoping research for the Financial and Professional Service Training Industry in China

SBC FN Financial Advisor and IT Consultancy Support - Mini Competition

Slough Borough Council | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
Mini Competition under RM1502
Slough Borough Council (SBC) wishes to commission a supplier to provide financial and IT consultancy support to help develop a business plan for the Council’s new local authority trading company based on the “Teckal Model” for its waste, environmental services and highways functions of the Council.

DfE Invest NI Subscription to a Company Information Resource Database Including Financial Data

Invest Northern Ireland | Published November 2, 2016
DfE Invest NI Subscription to a Company Information Resource Database Including Financial Data.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS How important could exposure to ‘transition risk’ [...] be for the financial performance of insurers’ investments in infrastructure?

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
This call is for a piece of analysis to be commissioned by the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council (‘the Council’). It has been developed by the Council’s secretariat at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in consultation with financial regulators, ClimateWise members and other academic and non-academic experts. The analysis is expected to take a maximum of 18 (although ideally 12) months with a preference given to robust and, if possible, quantitative outputs.

The Council was formed in early 2016 in response to growing collaboration between ClimateWise and financial regulators around climate risk. It is made up of board level representatives from across ClimateWise’s membership base. Its purpose is to strengthen the insurance industry’s support for financial regulators (including financial policy makers and other stakeholders). This is to promote more systematic responses to climate change across the financial system in order to address society’s wider needs.

The Council will achieve this by commissioning cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary analysis drawing on the expertise of the University of Cambridge and its broad network of partners. The analysis is intended to serve as a valued input to ongoing discussions across a wide array of relevant industry and regulatory bodies. These include the Insurance Development Forum (IDF), the Financial Stability Board (FSB) Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures and the UNEP Sustainable Insurance Forum for Supervisors (SIF).

This proposal is the first of two selected at the inaugural meeting of the ClimateWise Insurance Advisory Council in November 2016 for potential commissioning in early 2017.

DfE Invest NI Subscription to a Company Information Resource Database Including Financial Data

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published October 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
Invest NI – Business Information Centre (BIC) requires access to an ‘off-the-shelf’ interactive online business information resource which shall enable Invest NI staff and customers to identify companies throughout Europe, and provide them with data about the company’s structure, activities, and financial status. Limited access to worldwide company records shall also be required under the scope of this contract.

Financial and insurance services

Greater London Authority (GLA) | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017

The Greater London Authority (the ‘GLA’ or ‘Contracting Authority’) is seeking to enter into a contract with a Fund Manager to manage and invest by way of loans (senior, junior or mezzanine) and equity investment, the capital which is to be committed to a new fund, which the winning bidder will establish and which will be called the Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund MEEF (the ‘Fund’). The Contracting Authority is not specifying any particular legal structure for the Fund. It is envisaged that 90 % of the capital will be invested by way of loans and no more than 10 % by way of equity. The Fund will be established to invest in technologies relevant to energy efficiency such as:

— Building retrofit and energy efficiency measures in public, commercial and residential properties;

— Production and distribution of low carbon energy, including combined heat and power, tri-generation and communal / district heating generation and/or networks; and

— Small scale renewable energy generation.

The Greater London Authority (the ‘GLA’ or ‘Contracting Authority’) is seeking to enter into a contract with a Fund Manager to manage and invest by way of loans (senior, junior or mezzanine) and equity investment, the capital which is to be committed to a new fund, which the winning bidder will establish and which will be called the Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund MEEF (the ‘Fund’). The Contracting Authority is not specifying any particular legal structure for the Fund. It is envisaged that 90 % of the capital will be invested by way of loans and no more than 10 % by way of equity and bids must be submitted on this basis. The contract for the Fund can include provisions to allow for loans to increase to up to 100 % of the capital with consent from all investors in the Fund.

The Fund will be established to invest in technologies relevant to energy efficiency such as:

— Building retrofit and energy efficiency measures in public, commercial and residential properties;

— Production and distribution of low carbon heat, including combined heat and power, tri-generation and communal / district heating generation and/or networks; and

— Small scale renewable energy generation.

The Fund Manager is required to make the investments and then administer the Fund, including monitoring and managing drawdowns (see the Specification for further information)

The Fund Manager must ensure that all investments are made in a State Aid compliant manner and are in accordance with all applicable laws.

The Contracting Authority will initially allocate up to £43m of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to the Fund. This initial allocation may be increased, by an additional amount of public money not exceeding £75m, during the life of the Fund. This could come from further ERDF (or other public resource) monies, returns from the existing London Green Fund (in which GLA invested) or other GLA resources. The ERDF and returns from the London Green Fund (LGF) allocated to the Fund will be on terms analogous to an equity investment but other resources from the GLA may be invested in other forms. The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provisionally indicated a willingness to provide up to 100 000 000 GBP of senior debt financing to the Fund, subject to its own due diligence including on the selected Fund Manager, and internal approval processes. It is the intention of the GLA to consult with the EIB throughout this procurement exercise to help in this regard. The term of the EIB loan is expected to be in line with the life of the Fund and EIB's contribution will rank senior to the ERDF. The Fund Manager will be required to invest at least 1 % of the Fund's initial capital (£143m, assuming the EIB invests) from its own cash resources to ensure that their interests are aligned with those of the GLA's.

Additional funding from other investors (including banks and other institutions), and/or project promoters of at least 260 000 000 GBP European company must be secured by the Fund Manager, at the underlying project levels and/ or, where possible, at Fund level. At least 60 % of the total additional funding secured should be from private sector sources. At least 43 000 000 GBP of additional funding secured must be eligible to be used as match funding for ERDF. It is envisaged that the duration of the contract with the Fund Manager, i.e. the winning tenderer, will be 20 years. The contract will specify an investment period which will terminate approximately 5 years from the point the contract is awarded to the Fund Manager and a post investment period which will commence from the end of the investment period and will end on the termination date of the contract i.e. 20 years from the commencement date of the contract. Please refer to section II.2.11 for information regarding options to extend.

Please refer to the procurement documents for a further description of the procurement, in particular the Specification document.

Financial and insurance services

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The Contracting Authority seeks to establish a single supplier national Framework to enable it and othernamed Contracting Bodies to help them manage and prevent debt arising from all operational areas in order tominimise the value lost through bad debt. Secondly, the establishment of a Joint Venture with the Contracting 2 / 4 Authority, with the Joint Venture providing services back to the successful Supplier. The framework agreementshall be made available to all local authorities in the UK, as defined through the following websites. (a) (England) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/491463/List_of_councils_in_England.pdf (b) (Scotland) http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils (c) (Wales) http://www.wlga.gov.uk/authorities

Financial and insurance services

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2017

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is seeking the provision of an independent external investment advisor to manage the Trust's Charitable Fund.

The contract will be for an initial 36 month period with an option, at the sole discretion of the Trust, to extend for a further 24 month period subject to satisfactory contract performance and the Trust still having the need and funding for the contract. The extension period will be in 12 month cycles.

Note: The authority is using using the e-procurement portal known as Cardea to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Cardea at https://www.cardea.nhs.uk/cardea/SupplierPortal.aspx

Financial and insurance services

Aberdeen City Council | Published November 26, 2016  -  Deadline January 3, 2017

The Council is seeking a Contractor who will undertake to enter into contracts for household contents insurance with Tenants who have confirmed, in writing, that they will pay individual premiums on a weekly or monthly basis to the Council's rent office. The term ‘Tenants’ shall mean any individual residing in property owned by the Council for which they pay a fixed rent to the Council, on a weekly or monthly basis. The Contractor will provide proposal forms, policy booklets, claim forms, to the Council.

The Contractor will authorise the Council to undertake on their behalf certain administrative functions including issuing proposal and claim forms and Certificates of Insurance.

The Council shall retain an agreed percentage of the total amount of premiums payable to the Contractor by the Tenants. Such amount shall be deducted by the Council and retained on a monthly basis from monies collected from Tenants by the Council in respect of the Tenants' insurance premium.

Financial and insurance services

London Borough of Harrow | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

Harrow Council invites tenders for the provision of buildings insurance for residential leasehold properties sold under Right to Buy legislation.

Harrow Council invites tenders for the provision of buildings insurance for residential leasehold properties sold under Right to Buy legislation

Harrow Council arranges buildings insurance on behalf of leaseholders for approximately 1 150 properties that have been sold under Right to Buy legislation. The properties to be insured are located at various addresses throughout the London Borough of Harrow. The majority of homes are on small estates, consisting of traditionally built family houses and low-rise flats. There are no Council-owned high-rise flats.

The number of leasehold properties may increase or decrease during the term of the contract as tenants purchase properties under Right to Buy legislation or existing leaseholders exercise their right to enfranchisement.

Financial and insurance services

Fife Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

Provision of a Community Development Finance Institution.