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Matheson ranked as Ireland’s leading funds practice

AUTHOR(S): Michael Jackson, Joe Beashel, Anne-Marie Bohan, Liam Collins, Dualta Counihan, Tara Doyle, Elizabeth Grace, Philip Lovegrove, Shay Lydon
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Asset Management and Investment Funds
DATE: 12.01.2015

Matheson is ranked Ireland’s leading investment funds practice for the fourth consecutive year.

Monterey Insight’s 2014 Ireland Fund Survey reveals that Matheson acts for over 28% of Irish domiciled investment funds by assets under management, as at 30 June 2014.
Monterey's influential annual survey shows that the total value of investment funds which Matheson represents increased from $435.6 billion in mid-2013 to $566 billion in mid-2014 - an increase of over $130 billion in a single year.
Tara Doyle, partner in Matheson’s Asset Management and Investment Funds group, said, “The independent Economist Intelligence Unit survey of global asset managers commissioned by Matheson, and published in 2014, found Ireland to be the European domicile of choice for investment funds.
Monterey's figures show the continued rapid growth of the Irish funds industry and are further evidence that Ireland is increasingly the European domicile of choice for asset managers.
Matheson is proud to maintain its leading position for a fourth consecutive year and we believe that the early enactment of the Irish Collective Asset-Management Vehicle Bill this year will lead to substantial further growth and opportunities for Irish funds and their managers.”
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