As at the 30th of November 2014 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$395.23 net of all fees and expenses, down 3.36% from US$408.97 in October. Just to cheer you up, as of today the fund is down another 3% since the end of November, largely in line with the fall in the Malaysian Ringgit.
Please see the table at the end of this letter for further detail.
As of today, the fund is about 81% invested with the split being approximately as follows:
No names I’m afraid but some details of the individual holdings are always available to investors on request.