New €10m fund aims to harness Covid-19 ‘volatility’
Insignia Financial‘s high-net-worth client profile is typically family wealth investors, with €7 million portfolio sizes including some ’household names‘
Insignia Financial has raised €10 million from high-net-worth clients for a new fund aimed at taking advantage of the volatility around Covid-19, Brexit and other events.
Peter Murphy, the company‘s managing director, said it expected to add “another few million” to the Ballybunion Insignia defined return fund.
The firm‘s client profile is typically family wealth investors with €6 million to €7 million portfolio sizes, including some “household names”, Murphy added....
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