BlackRock now managing €200 billion in Ireland

BlackRock, the financial giant that stress-tested the Irish banks for the state, is now managing nearly €200 billion in investment assets through its Irish subsidiary.

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Ian Kehoe

14th July, 2012

BlackRock, the global financial giant that stress-tested the Irish banks for the state, is now managing close to €200 billion-worth of investments assets through its Irish subsidiary.

BlackRock Asset Management Ireland increased its assets under management in Dublin by €16.5 billion (stg£13 billion) to €197 billion (stg£156 billion) last year, according to accounts just lodged.

In a boost to Ireland's financial sector, the company said it benefited from strong inflows to Ireland and...

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