Gresham House Euro Liquidity Fund

An active fund which is primarily invested in short-dated government debt but may also invest in cash deposits, corporate debt and Floating-Rate Notes (FRNs).

It invests across a spread of instruments and institutions to diversify risk. This generates an appropriate level of return, to include income, achieving a low level of volatility and preserving capital over the long-term.

This weighting could involve an increase in the short-term volatility profile of the Fund.

Our approach and process

A disciplined investment process complements our strong investment philosophy. Investors in the Gresham House Euro Liquidity Fund can benefit from:

  • Income generated from low-risk investments in financial instruments such as cash deposits, short-dated Government and Corporate bonds and Floating Rate Notes
  • The objectives of capital preservation and the reduction of investment risk via appropriate credit analysis and diversification of deposit taking institution and debt issuers
  • From an actively managed portfolio of suitable maturing assets that allows the investors access to their capital at short notice

Fund performance

Past performance is not a guide to future performance. Capital at risk.

Key risks:

  • The value of the Fund and the income from it is not guaranteed and may fall as well as rise. As your capital is at risk you may get back less than you originally invested
  • Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Capital at risk.
  • Recommended minimum holding period for this Fund is one year
  • If you invest in any of the Gresham House, Ireland funds you may lose some or all of the money you invest

How to invest

Prospective investors can access information about how to invest in our products, by directly contacting

Kathryn Hannon, Head of Private Clients
+353 87 741 6057

Investment team

Distribution team

Gresham House Asset Management Ireland Limited

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