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SBP editorial: Does ISIF have the right mandate?

16th July, 2017

Does the Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) have the right mandate for Ireland in 2017?

That was the question this newspaper asked in an article last month, and we ask it again today, after Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said last week that the government was looking again at ISIF’s purpose.

ISIF was created after the Irish government raided the National Pensions Reserve Fund in 2010 in order to bail out the banking system....

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