India Capital Growth Fund Ltd
|Federal Corp||5.68 %|
|City Union Bank Ltd||5.21 %|
|Tech Mahindra Ltd||4.73 %|
|NIIT Technologies Ltd.||4.51 %|
|Kajaria Ceramics Ltd||4.03 %|
|PI Industries Ltd||3.88 %|
|Divi's Laboratories Ltd||3.60 %|
|Jyothy Labs Ltd||3.48 %|
|Berger Paints India Ltd||3.26 %|
|IDFC First Bank Ltd||3.15 %|
|Asia - Emerging||93.87 %|
|Asia - Developed||6.13 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||21.56 %|
|Basic materials||19.31 %|
|Financial Services||18.83 %|
|Consumer Defensive||9.91 %|
David Cornell joined the Group in January 2010 from Henderson Global Investors. He is based in London having been resident in Mumbai for three years until July 2013. He started his career in 1995 covering India for Robert Fleming Securities, ran the BDT Emerging Market Fund from 2004 to 2008 which compounded at over 25% per annum during his tenure and then co-managed New Star’s Institutional Emerging Market Fund. He has a degree in English and History from the University of Durham and was in the British Army from 1991-1995.
Gaurav Narain joined the Group in November 2011, having been immersed in the Indian equity markets for the previous 18 years. He has held senior positions as both a fund manager and an equities analyst in New Horizon Investments, ING Investment Management India and SG (Asia) Securities India. He holds a Masters degree in Finance and Control and a Bachelor of Economics degree from Delhi University.
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