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NPRF has more than €2bn to invest in Irish projects

24th December, 2014

The National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) still has more than €2 billion available to pump into the Irish economy from its discretionary portfolio, as the organisation shifts its focus to investing in domestic projects.

The cabinet gave the go-ahead to set up a €6.8 billion Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) last year, drawing on the cash remaining in the National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF), in order to shift its focus towards financing Irish infrastructure, SMEs,...

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