THE TANTALLON INDIA FUND

 

 

The Tantallon India Fund is a fundamental, long-biased, India-focused, total return opportunity fund, registered In the Cayman Islands and Mauritius.  The Fund invests with a 3-5 year horizon, in a concentrated portfolio (25-30 unlevered positions), market cap/sector/capital structure agnostic, but with strong conviction on the structural opportunity, scalable business models, and in management’s ability to execute.

 

 

Tantallon India Fund Factsheet

- June 2018

 

Performance Since Inception

(Click on each month's data below to read the monthly pdf report)

 

  Return Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Inception +25.26%                        
2018 -16.65% -1.87% -7.58% -1.07% +3.20% -4.66% -5.58%            
2017 +59.14% +8.34% +8.73% +6.73% +6.54% -1.20% +0.23% +4.30% -1.47% -0.69% +5.64% +6.79% +4.21%
2016 -5.79% -8.33% -9.98% +11.86% +2.10% +1.89% +5.44% +6.37% +1.66% -0.74% -1.69% -9.26% -2.83%
2015 +0.24%                 -0.14% +1.36% -2.09% +1.14%

Latest Investment Report

Tantallon India Fund, Jun 2018

The Tantallon India Fund closed down -5.58% in June, after expenses, bringing the second quarter to a very disappointing close. Since the Fund’s inception, this is the fourth drawdown in excess of 10%; clearly, very uncomfortable, and reflecting heightened risk aversion globally, and specifically, the sell-off in small and medium sized companies as markets look to recalibrate risk/reward

Read full report (pdf)

 

 

Last Three Months Reports (pdf)

 

For details and performance of our Funds, please check our other pages:

The Tantallon Fund

Tantallon Tech & Sustainability Fund

 

Other News

Post card from Iran

There is so little information on Iran you cannot even find the Teheran Stock Exchange on Bloomberg. Yet this is an exchange with a market cap of US170billion, turning over up to US150m/day with zero foreign participation, entirely on the back of domestic mutual fund and retail investors.

News from Ukraine

In Lv’iv on the morning of my departure I attended the funeral of one of the casualties of the “anti-terrorist operation” in Donetsk. Loudspeakers relayed polyphonic chant from impressively hirsute Orthodox clergy to a cluster of old women and an honor guard, smoking furiously and in no mood to be photographed, waiting to transport the hearse the short distance from the altar to a waiting ambulance.

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