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September issue published: Investment Funds Industry sees record €42 billion rise in Irish Authorised Collective Investment Schemes NAVs in July Back
An increase of €42.179 billion in the total net asset values (NAVs) of Irish authorised investment funds in July brings the combined NAVs of Irish funds to a new record total of €1,199.252 billion.
Statistics released by the Central Bank show an increase of €42.179 billion in NAVs in the month of July 2012, not even a year after the industry surpassed €1 trillion in total NAVs of Irish authorised funds, when €1,008.42 billion was recorded at the end of November 2011. Cumulative NAVs of Irish Authorised Collective Investment Schemes now stand at €1,199.2521 as of the end of July, representing a 12.1 per cent increase on a total of €989.0374 a year earlier.

This growth can be compared to the beginnings of the Irish funds industry, when it took almost a decade for domiciled funds to reach €100 billion, achieved a little less than 15 years ago, an increase that has now just been achieved in little more than a quarter.

The individual figures show strong performance across all categories, including UCITS, VCCs, money market funds and professional investor funds.

Domiciled funds growth is particularly significant as it reflects not just recognition of the funds industry's administrative excellence, but also involves a degree of international confidence in the jurisdiction.

The growth of the funds industry is profiled in Finance Dublin,'s special report Investment Fund Services Ireland 2012, published this month.
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