IRELAND FUND REPORT
Ireland Fund Report 2021
Complete Picture of Domiciled & Non-Domiciled Funds
Complete (100%) coverage of Irish regulated funds from the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) and the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE), augmented with data from Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA), US Securities Exchange Commission (US SEC) and other sources for non-domiciled funds means you get the full picture.
The Ireland Fund Report is one of our larger reports with over 10,433 funds processed; 3,740 falling under the UCITS regime, 2,257 non-UCITS and the remaining 4,436 are non-domiciled.
Complete Picture of Service Providers
Each fund's service providers are listed:
Validated and Quality Checked with our Long-Term Contacts
After ingesting data from regulators and other sources we prepare extracts for each service provider and contact our extensive network to validate and update their entries if necessary.
Decision-Making is Simplified with 34 Succinct Data Points
If you have a full picture and you can trust the data, performing business analysis, looking for insights, driving strategy and making decisions becomes simpler by filtering on our 34 data points. The report will help you understand:
Service Provider Ranking
New Business (win/loss)
3rd Party Business
Regulated, Unregulated & Non-Domiciled Funds
Our data not only comprises the regulated funds but also less-documented, harder-to-find unregulated and non-domiciled funds:
Public limited liability companies incorporated with variable capital
A regulated asset pooling fund structure enabling institutional investors to pool assets. It is a contractual arrangement established by a management company under a deed of constitution.
Authorised Non-Designated Investment
An authorised variable capital investment company for institutional investors only
Investment Limited Partnerships
A collective investment fund typically used for real estate, energy, infrastructure, private equity and private debt
Investment funds, regulated at a European Union (EU) level relating to undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities as regards depositary functions, remuneration policies and sanctions
Irish Collective Asset-Management Vehicle
Governed by bespoke legislation, the ICAV is a corporate vehicle for both UCITS and Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs)
Unit trusts are fund structures formed between a trustee and AIFM and/or ManCo under the Unit Trusts Act, 1990.
Non-domiciled schemes serviced in Ireland
22% of listed funds serviced from Ireland are non-domiciled. E.g., Cayman, Delaware, Guernsey, Jersey