Fund Return 2015-2016

Fund return to 31 May 2016




1 month

Scheme Year to Date

1 Year




CERS Multi Asset Fund




CERS Cash Fund




CERS Bond Fund



4.2 %

CERS Equity Fund




CERS Property Fund




CERS Alternative Asset Fund




Investment Commentary

Provided by Appian Asset Management, CERS Investment Adviser

Asset moves in aggregate in this first 4 months of the year on the surface don’t appear too dramatic but what lies beneath have been some significant shifts which reflect many of the cross currents between economic policy and current conditions. 

Brexit looms ever nearer but Sterling is back to where it was in mid-February against both the Euro and the US dollar.

The IMF in its most recent forecast in April is now looking for Advanced Economies to grow by 1.9% in 2016. This compares to a January forecast of 2.1%. 


Scheme Year to date performance is the period from 1 June 2015 to the most recent month shown.

1 Year performance is the cumulative performance of the last 12 months to the most recent month shown.

Multi Asset Fund performance assumes no lifestyling.

Performance shown is net of annual management charge and Government Pension Levy as at 30 June 2015.

The investment choices offered by the Trustee will be regularly reviewed and may be varied from time to time.

Before you choose a fund we recommend that you speak to a Financial Adviser.The CERS Trustee preferred Financial Adviser is Milestone Advisory Limited.  You can contact them or your own financial adviser to assist you to review your investment choices.  You can contact Milestone Advisory Ltd. at Canal House, Canal Road, Dublin 6, at or call them on 01 4068020. Their website is

If you require further information please contact the CERS Team at

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