pooled internal rate of return (PIRR)


A method of determining the internal rate of returns (IRR) for a group of funds, as opposed to calculating an average rate of return across the funds. PIRR is generally considered a more accurate calculation than an average rate of return; the PIRR method uses actual cash flow versus averages.
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pooled income fund pooling of interests