More returns to come from Irish small caps, says Ignis' Ormiston

Morris, Pamela
January 2014
Fundweb;1/6/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of Ian Ormiston, equity manager at Ignis Asset Management, on the returns from the Irish investments. Topics discussed were success of Irish stocks in the times of financial crisis in Ireland and the importance of bottom-up stock picking. Ormiston stated that along with Germany, Ireland remained one of the markets to offer above average returns and Irish small caps had offered high return opportunities during the Euro crisis in 2011.


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