SINGAPORE (Apr 23): 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 three- to five-year horizon in a concentrated portfolio (25 to 30 unlevered positions), is market cap/sector/capital structure agnostic, but has a strong conviction on the structural opportunity, scalable business models and in management’s ability to execute.

Tantallon Capital Advisors, the advisory company, is a Singapore-based entity, set up in 2003, and holds a Capital Markets Service Licence in Fund Management from the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

The Tantallon India Fund closed down -1.07% in March, after expenses, bringing a challenging quarter to a close with protectionist, retaliatory rhetoric and bellicose brinksmanship certainly claiming the headlines, exacerbating the hypersensitivity in equity, fixed income and currency markets to global central banks signalling the “gradual” tightening of monetary policy. In India, specifically, despite sustained flows into retail equity mutual funds and earnings continuing to surprise positively on the upside, the “risk-off” was accentuated in the small- and mid-cap space, anticipating a reversion to the mean after several quarters of significant outperformance.

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