Helios Plans India ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ Stock Fund

Bloomberg – Helios Capital Management Pte, the hedge-fund manager once backed by Tudor Investment Corp., plans to start a “Slumdog Millionaire” fund that will buy underperforming shares of Indian companies.

“We want to find slumdogs from the Indian equity markets who have the potential of becoming millionaires,” Samir Arora, founder of Singapore-based Helios Capital, said in an interview.

The firm plans to raise about $50 million by the end of July for its long-only Helios India Jai Ho Fund, Arora said. “Jai Ho,” which means “victory” in Hindi, is the Oscar- winning theme song from “Slumdog Millionaire,” a feel-good tale of a Mumbai orphan’s escape from poverty that scooped eight Academy Awards, including best picture, this year in Los Angeles.

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