Unit linked funds are bullish on Irish market

Over the last year, all of the Irish unit linked funds have added properties to their portfolios

3rd April, 2016
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Pelham House, Sandyford: acquired by Friends First Irish Commercial Property fund late last year

Unit linked funds, which offer smaller Irish investors hassle-free options for investing in commercial property, have been actively buying in the Irish market during the last two years. These include Aviva, Friends First, Irish Life, New Ireland and Standard Life.

Some, such as Irish Life, are weighted on Irish property while others are more diversified with a greater portion of European, British and international properties.

Over the last three years, Irish Life has acquired €700...

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