Symphony International Holdings

Name
Symphony International Holdings
Manager
Symphony Asia Holdings Pte. Ltd.
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
VGG548121059
Sector
Private Equity
Launched
03/08/2007
OCF
2.6 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
-0.62
3 Year Alpha
-16.34
Yield
3.6 %
Fund Size
£ 139.12 million
NAV
1
Gearing
99
Discount Premium
-72
Th investment objective is to create value for shareholders through longer term strategic investments in high growth innovative consumer businesses, primarily in the healthcare, hospitality and lifestyle sectors (including branded real estate developments), which are expected to be among the fastest growing sectors in Asia, as well as through investments in special situations and structured transactions.
Name
Symphony Asia Holdings Pte. Ltd.
Address
048619, Singapore, Singapore
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Shakthivel Masilamani
Joined 01/01/2015
Vaidyalingam Hariharan
Joined 12/31/2014
Anupum Khaitan
Joined 01/02/2013
Chris Leo
Joined 01/02/2011
Anil Thadani
Joined 04/29/2009
David LaRue
Joined 04/29/2009
Jagdish Parmanand
Joined 04/29/2009
Peter Lee
Joined 04/29/2009
Raj Rajkumar
Joined 04/29/2009
Ramon Lo
Joined 04/29/2009
Sunil Chandiramani
Joined 04/29/2009

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