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Iput fund value rises 12.6 per cent on property gains

The company has emerged as a major acquirer of office and retail properties in Dublin

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
15th January, 2017
Iput chief executive Niall Gaffney

Irish property fund Iput saw the value of its assets climb to €2 billion for the first time after a near €200 million gain in the space of a year.

New figures published by Iput show the value of the fund rose 12.6 per cent thanks to rising rental income and gains in the value of its extensive property portfolio.

The company has emerged as a major acquirer of office and retail properties in Dublin in...

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