A report has found the Western Investment Fund which was established in 2002 has generated a return of almost two-and-a-half times its original value.
An independent analysis of the socio-economic impact of the fund, which is administered by the Western Development Commission provided Ireland’s economy with a €3.3 billion boost.
Having started with almost €32 million, the fund is currently valued at €73 million, and has been self-financing since 2010.
Investment Manager Gillian Buckley says 20 Donegal projects have been supported by the fund, and it has made a very real difference……………..
The full report can be viewed HERE
Western Development Commission CEO Tomás Ó Síocháin, Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD and Western Investment Fund Manager Gillian Buckley