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Investment Outlook 2022-2026

Joe Prendergast

After a year of tumult, our Investment Outlook for 2022-2026 takes a look at our outlook for global growth.

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Positioning portfolios for 2022 and beyond

Sarah Quirke, Head of Investment Solutions

We present our views on portfolio construction as investors look to position themselves for the unknowns in 2022.

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Global economic outlook: five key questions for 2022

Dermot O'Leary

Chief economist Dermot O’Leary tackles the most pertinent questions about the global economy for 2022.

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Early retirement: what it means for your pension

Martin O'Hora

Many people dream of retiring early, but with sound financial planning it can become a reality. Here we present some simple planning tips.

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Investing in property through your pension

Martin O'Hora

How can I use my pension fund to purchase a property? Martin O’Hora, Director at Goodbody Pensioneer Trustees, presents a few simple guidelines.

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Retiring abroad: what it means for your pension

Martin O'Hora

Considering a retirement abroad? We explain what it means for your pension and how you can transfer it overseas.

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How to transfer a UK pension to Ireland

Martin O’Hora, Director, Goodbody Pensioneer Trustees

Looking for information on how to transfer your UK pension to Ireland? We’ve put together a short Q&A to help you understand UK pension transfers.

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Investing for good: the rise of ESG

Laura DeVoy and Brian Flavin

At our recent Investor Summit, we explored the topic of ESG investing and explained how investors can align their money with their values, benefiting their portfolios and the planet – for current generations and those to come.

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Investment themes that matter to you

Michelle O'Keefe and Kevin Ronayne

What are the themes and concerns on investors’ minds? Michelle O’Keefe, Head of Wealth Advisory, and Kevin Ronayne, Senior Investment Director, tackle the big issues that they hear in their conversations with clients every day.

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On the rebound: Ireland’s post-Covid economy

Dermot O'Leary

With Ireland on track to lift all remaining major Covid-19 restrictions on 22 October, we discuss what has been an extraordinary 18 months for the Irish economy

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Navigating a rising inflation environment

Bernard Swords and Niamh O’Leary

Transitory or here-to-stay? Here we present our views on inflation, the potential impacts of higher inflation across asset classes and how we are positioned in this environment.

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Summer holidays over? | Top Down

Bernard Swords

World equites have retuned almost 6% in euro terms since the middle of June and the broad euro area fixed income market has given us almost 2%.

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Worried? Always, but not enough to change our minds | Top Down

Bernard Swords

As we expected there has been a spike in inflation and from what we have seen thus far suggests that it will be transitory.

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