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Ireland Strategic Investment Fund will spend €750 million this year

New investment fund will commit between €500m and €1 billion

21st April, 2016
Eugene O'Callaghan of ISIF with Conor O'Kelly of the NTMA at the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund Conference today. Pic: Fennells.

The National Treasury Management Agency administers the fund and is talking to representatives for 53 investment opportunities totalling €2.4bn in value.

It committed €759m to Irish investments in 2015, ending the year with total commitments of over €2bn.

The fund's director Eugene O’Callaghan said: “The Fund has made substantial progress since its formal establishment just 16 months ago.

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