Pangolin Investment Management
Title : Pangolin Asia Fund June 2019 NAV
Date : 8th July 2019
As at the 30th of June 2019 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$485.78 net of all fees and expenses, up 3.28% from US$470.36 in May.
Title : 27 Jun - Post EGM: Letter to Challenger shareholde
Date : 27th June 2019
We made it! 11.36% voted against the Delisting Resolution at the EGM
Title : 12 Jun - Pangolin on Challenger announcement
Date : 12th June 2019
Mr Loo commented something about Pangolin. What he said is not painting a true picture about Pangolin.
Title : Pangolin Asia Fund May 2019 NAV
Date : 11th June 2019
As at the 31st of May 2019 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$470.36 net of all fees and expenses, down 1.39% from US$477.00 in April.
Title : Pangolin Asia Fund April 2019 NAV
Date : 8th May 2019
As at the 30th of April 2019 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$477.00 net of all fees and expenses, up 0.92% from US$472.67 in March.
Title : UK Reporting Fund Status Report 2018
Date : 22nd April 2019
The HMRC has accepted Pangolin Asia Fund into the Reporting Fund regime with effect from 1 December 2013 for UK tax purposes. Investors who are subjected to UK taxation will be required to use the report available in this notice to calculate the amount of income that you will need to include in your tax return.
Title : MoneyFM Interview with James Hay on Challenger
Date : 17th April 2019
James Hay shares why he thinks the offer price of 56 cents per share for Challenger Technologies to delist is far below fair value as he seeks to build a 10% bloc to vote against the deal.
Title : Pangolin Asia Fund March 2019 NAV
Date : 9th April 2019
As at the 31st of March 2019 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$472.67 net of all fees and expenses, up 1.19% from US$467.10 in February.
Title : 8 MAY: CHALLENGER, TOTAL 9.7% AGAINST
Date : 3rd April 2019
As of 8 May, shareholders amounting to 6.8% indicated they will reject the offer. Along with our 2.9% we are now at 9.7% against.
Title : CHALLENGER TECH - EXIT OFFER TOO LOW
Date : 27th March 2019
Mr Loo and Dymon Asia, via Digileap Capital, are attempting to take Challenger private at S$0.56c a share. We believe this price to be significantly below the true value of the company. This offer will not go through if 10% of the shareholders reject it.