Red Ribbon Private Equity Fund | Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7183 3710 | Email: email@example.com
This Fund aims to achieve capital growth and dividend yield over the medium to long term by investing equity and/or debt in:
The initial area of focus of the Fund’s investment objective will be the growth market of India and impact investment projects in the UK.
|Minimum Subscription||None if net worth greater than €1 million or €100,000 or €50,000 with advice|
|Eligibility||Experienced Investor Fund|
|Legal Counsel||Triay & Triay|
|Administrator||Juno (formerly Grant Thorton)|
|Bank||Barclays Bank, London|
|Listed Exchange||Gibraltar Stock Exchange|
|Inception Date||15 January 2018|
The Fund offers investors the opportunity to participate in Growth and Emerging Markets Investments, such as India, that offer returns rarely available in western markets. Although investing in growth markets was often seen as an afterthought or a fringe investment, inward investment is now flocking to India – India is the number one destination for Foreign Direct Investment with an inflow of $62.6 billion in 2016. It is now the third largest economy in the World (by purchasing power parity) after the US and China.
India is seeing powerful economic and social phenomena converging to make it a driving force in the world economy – increased urbanisation, a young, educated and motivated population, and a public policy that is unlocking spending on India’s huge infrastructure requirements.
The scale of growth and business potential in India is enormous, warranting any serious investor to take note of the opportunities. With 1.3 billion people, India is the world’s largest democracy and holds 18% of the world’s population. That is 18% of the world’s wealth-creating and spending population and with nearly half that number under the age of 25, there are significant opportunities for capital growth.
The Fund intends to invest in projects incubated by Red Ribbon through its proprietary incubation process where senior and established leaders from the relevant sector are appointed as CEO and mandated to establish, develop and list the business on the same standards as a UK plc.
CEO and Founder of Red Ribbon Asset Management; an organisation whose culture and underlying investment approach reflects Suchit’s conviction that the transition to a more resilient economy must inevitably be led by well governed businesses striving to reduce the environmental impact of creating value for society. A highly successful entrepreneur and experienced investor with an eye for emerging markets, Suchit is now building on his extensive experience to offer a mandate to investors seeking to align their financial portfolios with their values. Suchit is pioneering cutting edge investment strategies in growth markets. He is focused on projects in the UK and with affiliates or subsidiaries on the Indian subcontinent. His entrepreneurial talent and diverse knowledge of the cultures of Europe and India equip him with the skills required to develop projects with the same degree of rigour and professionalism expected of any European public company.
The Fund is for experienced investors seeking exposure to real estate sector for their portfolio, which would otherwise be restricted to professionals and institutions in this sector.
The fund is a listed, open ended fund, which enables exit after giving a month’s notice. This contrasts with most private equity funds which are close ended and have long investment terms.
|Performance Fees||>10% = 10%
>25% = 20%
Important Notice for Investors in the United Kingdom: This Document is issued by Red Ribbon Asset Management Plc (‘Red Ribbon’), for the purposes of promoting Red Ribbon Strategic Fund PCC Limited (‘Fund’). It is being issued in the United Kingdom on the basis that it is an exempt financial promotion under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (the ‘FPO’) by virtue of it being made by Red Ribbon acting as an appointed representative as provided under article 16(2) of the FPO. Red Ribbon advises all persons seeking to place reliance on the content of this document that notwithstanding Red Ribbon’s issue of this document as a financial promotion, no formal verification of the content of this document has been carried out by Red Ribbon. Investors are warned that they are expected to conduct such due diligence of their own prior to investing. No representation is made that, whether at the time of issue or at any time thereafter, the factual representations in this document are correct, the statements of opinion are reasonably held by any person mentioned herein, or such parts of the content as are sourced from third parties have been verified as being correct. Nothing in this document or in the Offer Document and Listing Particulars of the Fund or the process of subscription for the Shares renders Red Ribbon liable to treat any investor in the Fund as its client for the purposes of the UK Financial Conduct Authority’s (‘FCA’) rules. Nothing in this document is to be construed as investment, financial, tax, legal or other professional advice to any person. It is the responsibility of each person considering an investment in the Fund to seek such independent financial or professional advice as he or she thinks fit, prior to investing. Potential investors are advised that because this is an exempt Financial Promotion they will not be entitled to raise a complaint with the Financial Ombudsman in the UK, or in the event of a default by the Fund or by Red Ribbon, to claim under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. The Fund is a protected cell company comprising of four cells. This document represents one of the four cells, which is referred to as Red Ribbon Private Equity Fund in the Offer Document. This is an Experienced Investor Fund and carries a degree of higher risk and the value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of currency and market fluctuations and you may not get back the original amount invested.
At Red Ribbon we understand that the transition towards a resilient global economy will be led by well-governed businesses in mainstream markets, striving to reduce the environmental impact of their production processes on society at large and on the environment as well.
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