The geopolitical risks that dominated markets for much of 2019 faded in Q4 helping equity markets to post gains. In fixed income, corporate bonds performed well amid improved investor sentiment. For the full report, download the APT Q4 2019 Investment Survey. Download Survey
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It was a mixed quarter for shares, with developed markets making small gains while emerging markets fell. The US-China trade dispute rumbled on, as did global growth concerns, but central banks remained supportive. For the full report, download the APT Q3 2019 Investment Survey. Download Survey
Shares in developed markets gained in Q2, despite a steep fall in May due to concerns over the US - China trade war For the full report, download the APT Q2 2019 Investment Survey. Download Survey
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Equity markets made gains in Q1 2019. Markets rebounded from a weak end to 2018. Concerns over the China-US trade war eased. Government and corporate bonds also advanced. For the full report, download the APT Q1 2019 Investment Survey. Download Survey
The IORP II Directive has not yet been transposed into Irish law, despite the passing of the deadline, Sunday, 13th January 2019. The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection have indicated in response to an inquiry from the IAPF, that the Department, supported by the Pensions Authority, is working towards the transposition during
The IAPF Annual Governance Conference 2018 was held today (29th November) at the Printworks Conference Center Dublin Castle. Addressing the conference, Vincent Boyle, Chief Executive at APT Workplace Pensions Limited outlined how Master Trusts will serve as a real alternative to pension schemes who do now want to "stretch" to the new more onerous