Our partnership with Institutional Investors
Sectoral & Geographic
Our focus is on core investment pillars where our combined skills produce risk-appropriate investments with a key emphasis on Ireland.
Leveraging our ability to generate investments via a regulated funds platform and securitisation framework.
Proven performance in active fund management and delivery of return on alternative investments.
Key personnel actively engaged with investments on a hands-on basis to deliver positive investment outcomes.
Benefits of investing in Ireland
Full Business Lifecycle
World Class economy
Our dynamic business ecosystem involves multinationals local SMEs and partnering with the indigenous sector along with higher education, health and research institutions.
Source: IBEC Ireland A model of Substance.
Ireland has a proven track record as a successful location for world leading established and high growth multinational companies from around the world.
One third of multinationals in Ireland have had operations in the country for over 20 years, illustrating the longevity, resilience and commitment of these companies to Ireland.
9 of the top 10
US technology companies
All of the top 10
The top 5
Global software companies
14 of the top 15
Medical technology companies
8 of the top 10
Industrial automation companies
8 of the top 10
Financial service companies
Ireland’s Economic Progress
The European Commission’s Autumn 2019 European Economic Forecast predicts that Ireland’s GDP will grow by 5.6% in 2019.
This is the highest in the EU for 2019 and compares to a predicted EU average growth rate of 1.4% for 2019 and for 2020 and 2021.
GDP growth in Ireland is expected to moderate to 3.5% in 2020 and to 3.2% in 2021 on the back of increasing capacity constraints and an expected slowdown in government expenditure.
The forecast says GDP growth is set to moderate amid a weakening external environment, while underlying economic activity is expected to remain robust, driven by household consumption and investment in construction.
Inflation is expected to remain moderate and while the government balance is projected to further improve, risks to the fiscal outlook remain.
Source: European Commission