The QE challenge facing Ireland’s pension schemes

9th April, 2017
David Greeen, client portfolio manager, Pioneer investments

With the impact of Quantitative Easing (QE) predicted to last years, attendees at the recent IAPF (Irish Association of Pension Funds) Annual Investment Conference were told that a significant review of the Pension Authority’s approach to regulation is necessary.

Representatives from over 70 of Ireland’s biggest pension schemes and companies gathered at the conference which took place last week at Dublin Castle.

The conference looked at the impact of QE and lower...

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