India-centric offshore funds take wings

MSN India – Fund managers are aggressively selling the India theme to overseas investors. After Singapore-based Helios Capital’s fund manager Samir Arora’s India-focused Slumdog Millionaire Equity Fund, domestic brokerage firm India Infoline, run by Nirmal Jain, and Atlantis Investment Advisor headed by Vinay Gairola have launched India-focused off-shore funds.

While Gairola is trying to sell his India Alfa Fund to investors in West Asia, Singapore-based fund managers of India Infoline—Deepesh Pandey, the erstwhile deputy CIO of Mirae Asset, and Manish Srivastava, ex-fund manager of Halbis (HSBC Global Asset Management) — have conducted roadshows for the ‘Mumbai’ Fund in Hong Kong and US markets. Both are long-short equity funds and are likely to raise nearly $100 million.

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