One home for all your investment needs
We're committed to delivering the broadest range of investment choices for you and your clients.
To support your investment proposition, we've launched a range of fund options and strategies with our investment partners.
Irish Life fund centre
The Irish Life fund centre for up to date fund prices and factsheets.
Leverage the power of our portfolio creation tool to build personalised, end-to-end client solutions online. My Portfolio Builder gives you flexibility when providing clients with the advice they need from you.
Learn about how Irish Life and its investment partners approach responsible investing.
Irish Life's fund partners
Irish Life offers a diverse set of funds from a range of partners.
For over 75 years ILIM has worked with clients to deliver investment solutions, with assets exceeding €103.8 billion* across a broad range of asset classes and investment solutions.
*as of 31st December 2021
Setanta Asset Management
Setanta Asset Management is an independent investment management firm based in Dublin, Ireland. Established in 1998, Setanta has successfully applied a long-term value investing approach to its global equity and multi-asset funds.
Headquartered in Paris, Amundi is Europe’s largest asset manager by assets under management (AUM) and ranks in the top 10 globally, managing €2.06 trillion euros of assets across six main investment hubs.
Retirement Portfolios (REPs)
Retirement Portfolio funds (REPs) is a fund range developed to meet the needs of investors in retirement.
Irish Life Multi Asset Portfolios (MAPS)
Irish Life MAPS® is a range of unit linked funds available across Irish Life pension, investment and savings plans. There are five MAPS funds, each managed to a specific risk level. This means there should be a fund to suit your client's risk appetite and which will continue to suit their selected risk appetite over time.
These range from lower risk, Multi Asset Portfolio 2 (MAP2) to the higher risk Multi Asset Portfolio 6 (MAP6). As the name suggests, each fund is multi-asset, investing in shares, bonds, cash and alternatives. Each fund uses risk management strategies to help manage risk.
Why corporate investments make sense
Against the backdrop of negative deposit rates, rising inflation and the prospect that interest rates will remain low for the foreseeable future, the real returns companies can get from holding cash can be negative.
In such situations companies could consider investing those surplus funds in a way that would generate a better return than that achievable on bank deposits.