The compartment seeks to optimise the portfolio’s risk/return profile by investing mainly in Indian equities, equities from the Indian sub-continent (Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) and ASEAN equities.

Shânti IndiAsean is invested mainly in equities of India and the Asean region, with a degree of security in very adverse environments and long-term absolute returns.

The investment universe includes shares of mid-cap companies offering complementary opportunities.

 Settlement / delivery D+3
 Notification deadline
D – 1 before 5 p.m
 Domicile  Luxembourg
 Valuation  Daily
 AMF classification International equities
 Structure  Compartment of a Luxembourg SICAV
 PEA Eligible  No
 Inception date 01.07.2013
 Recommended investment horizon
5 years
 Benchmark 50% MSCI India + 50% MSCI South East Asia, total return en USD
ISIN code LU1373289336
Bloomberg SHANINB FP FP
Allocation of income Capitalisation
Subscription fee Acquired – None
No Acquired – 4% (incl. taxes) max
Redemption commission Acquired – None
No Acquired – None
Management fees 2,20% (incl. taxes) max
Maximum fees for administration, domiciliation and custody services 0.45% including 0.05% for CSSF registration
Outperformance fee 20% outperformance of the fund against the euro composite index with High Water Mark
Running costs 2.99%

Risk level

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

82.12€
NAV at 21-01-2019

+2,52%
Perf. YTD

+10,02%
Perf. 3 month

-16,99%
Perf. 1 year

+17,45%
Perf. 3 years

+37,00%
Perf. since creation

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Maxime Ecotière

Holder of a Master’s degree in market finance, Maxime began his career in structured products at LBPSAM and then moved to AXA IM. After working as a volatility derivatives strategist at Société Générale, he joined Global Investment Managers covering Emerging Markets debt funds.

He joined Twenty First Capital at the end of 2014 as an analyst-portfolio manager and was appointed Head of risk in November 2015. In March 2017, he was appointed leading portfolio manager for the Shânti Indiasean Fund and then Diapason funds.

Management strategy

The compartment seeks to optimise the portfolio’s risk/return profile by investing mainly in Indian equities, equities from the Indian sub-continent (Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) and ASEAN equities.

Shânti IndiAsean is invested mainly in equities of India and the Asean region, with a degree of security in very adverse environments and long-term absolute returns.

The investment universe includes shares of mid-cap companies offering complementary opportunities.

Technical sheet
 Settlement / delivery D+3
 Notification deadline
D – 1 before 5 p.m
 Domicile  Luxembourg
 Valuation  Daily
 AMF classification International equities
 Structure  Compartment of a Luxembourg SICAV
 PEA Eligible  No
 Inception date 01.07.2013
 Recommended investment horizon
5 years
 Benchmark 50% MSCI India + 50% MSCI South East Asia, total return en USD
ISIN code LU1373289336
Bloomberg SHANINB FP FP
Allocation of income Capitalisation
Subscription fee Acquired – None
No Acquired – 4% (incl. taxes) max
Redemption commission Acquired – None
No Acquired – None
Management fees 2,20% (incl. taxes) max
Maximum fees for administration, domiciliation and custody services 0.45% including 0.05% for CSSF registration
Outperformance fee 20% outperformance of the fund against the euro composite index with High Water Mark
Running costs 2.99%

Risk level

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Performances

82.12€
NAV at 21-01-2019

+2,52%
Perf. YTD

+10,02%
Perf. 3 month

-16,99%
Perf. 1 year

+17,45%
Perf. 3 years

+37,00%
Perf. since creation

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Fund manager

Maxime Ecotière

Holder of a Master’s degree in market finance, Maxime began his career in structured products at LBPSAM and then moved to AXA IM. After working as a volatility derivatives strategist at Société Générale, he joined Global Investment Managers covering Emerging Markets debt funds.

He joined Twenty First Capital at the end of 2014 as an analyst-portfolio manager and was appointed Head of risk in November 2015. In March 2017, he was appointed leading portfolio manager for the Shânti Indiasean Fund and then Diapason funds.

Past performance does not guarantee future performance. They are not constant in time.

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