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FUND HIGHLIGHTS

€326 million Gross Asset Value*

€17.8 million Projected Income for 2015

4.5% Projected Distributions for 2015*

*based on valuation as at 30th June 2015

INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

DIPF’s investment objective is to achieve stable income and capital appreciation through long term investment in and management of Irish commercial property. The Fund’s focus is on the Dublin market and 99% of its portfolio is located there.

FUND FACTS

As at 30th June 2015, the Fund has:

  • 35 assets and 130 tenants.
  • Projected income for 2015 of €17.8m
  • Projected income distribution for 2015 of 4.5%
  • Vacancy of 5%.

PORTFOLIO

The portfolio at 30th June 2015 is

  • 63% in office assets
  • 33% in retail assets
  • 4% in industrial assets

DIPF’s sectoral split is broadly in line with the Investment Property Databank (IPD) index for Ireland.


HISTORY

The Fund has been in existence for over 40 years and was previously named the Allied Irish Property Fund and the Prescient Property Managed Fund. Following the purchase of Prescient by Davy in January 2014 the management of the Fund was taken over by Davy Real Estate. Davy Real Estate manages in excess of €1.1 billion of property assets in Ireland.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Interested parties can, on request, receive more information on Davy Irish Property Fund (DIPF) in the form of an Information Memorandum and a Fund Overview. These documents are available from Davy, Davy House, 49 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Investors are advised to read these documents prior to making an investment decision.


The Fund is a real estate-based investment, is speculative and requires a long-term commitment, with no certainty of return. There can be no assurance that the Fund will achieve its Investment Objective or that an investor will recover the full amount invested in the Fund. Many of the investments will be highly illiquid.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
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