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ACOLIN becomes a Member of Irish Funds

By Stephan Mayer

ACOLIN becomes an Associate Member of Irish Funds. As a member, ACOLIN will act as a speaker at Irish Funds events and contribute essential content.

Irish Funds is the representative body for the international investment fund community in Ireland.

Founded in 1991, Irish Funds represents fund managers, depositaries, administrators, transfer agents, professional advisory firms and other specialist firms involved in the international fund services industry in Ireland.

Members come from all areas of the international funds industry and Irish Funds is well-placed to support and complement the continued development of the industry. Irish Funds vigorously pursues the goals of enhancing and promoting Ireland as the location of choice for the domiciling and administration of investment funds.

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