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NPRF slashes its holdings

The National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) has slashed its shareholdings in blue-chip large quoted companies in favour of buying riskier assets, following a radical reassessment of its investment targets.

17th July, 2010
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The National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) has slashed its shareholdings in blue-chip large quoted companies in favour of buying riskier assets, following a radical reassessment of its investment targets.

The fund - which manages €17 billion in equities, bonds and cash and €7 billion in ordinary and preference shares in AIB and Bank of Ireland - cut its holdings of so-called large cap equities from 53 per cent of its selected investments at the end...

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