Irish QIF assets grow by a third in 2010

Tue Feb 8, 2011



Total assets of Qualifying Investor Funds grew by 35% during 2010 to €153 billion ($208 billion), according to figures from Central Bank of Ireland.


The figures reveal that the net asset value of QIFs grew by 19% in the past two months alone.

The QIF is a regulated investment fund vehicle which has the characteristics and flexibility of typical hedge fund products while authorised and regulated onshore by the Central Bank of Ireland.

It complies with the majority of...

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