August Sunshine for Irish Multi-Asset Pension Funds

During August, the Rubicon Multi-Asset Pension Fund Survey shows a 2.0% return on average, with fund returns ranging from 3.2% to 1.2%. Over the first eight months of the year the funds surveyed have delivered an average gain of 15.0%. Over the past …

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Irish Multi-Asset Pension Funds Shine in June

During June, the Rubicon Multi-Asset Pension Fund Survey shows a 2.8% return on average, with fund returns ranging from 4.6% to 0.7%. The second quarter of 2021 saw multi-asset funds deliver a 4.6% average return, while over the first half of the …

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A Mundane May for Irish Multi-Asset Pension Funds

During May, the Rubicon Multi-Asset Pension Fund Survey shows a 0.3% return on average, with fund returns ranging from 1.6% to -0.5%. Over the first five months of 2021, the funds surveyed have delivered an average gain of 8.5%. Over the past twelve …

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A Clement April for Irish Multi-Asset Pension Funds

During April, the Rubicon Multi-Asset Pension Fund Survey shows a 1.5% return on average, with fund returns ranging from 3.1% to -0.1%. Over the first four months of 2021, the funds surveyed have delivered an average gain of 8.2%. Over the past …

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Spring Thaw for Irish Pension Managed Funds

After a sluggish start to 2021, Irish pension managed funds perked up a little in February, gaining 2.3% on average over the month. New Ireland topped the table over month, with a return of 4.0%, while Davy Asset Management lagged the peer group …

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Strong Finish to 2020 for Irish Pension Funds

Irish pension managed funds ended the year on a strong note, with all of the funds surveyed delivering positive returns during December. Pension managed funds gained 2.0% on average over the final month of the year, with returns for the month ranging …

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Surge in Irish Pension Managed Funds During November

Irish pension managed funds surged ahead, by 8.0% on average, during November. New Ireland delivered the best performance this month with a return of 10.9%, while Friends First delivered the worst, with a return of 6.6%. As a result of November’s …

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