As at the 31st of March 2020 the NAV of the Class A shares of the Pangolin Asia Fund was US$313.82 net of all fees and expenses, down 25.36% from US$420.43 in February. YTD we’re down 36.45%. This is our biggest ever monthly fall. We own some fairly illiquid companies and Indonesia has been hit particularly hard.
As of today, the fund is about 80% invested, with the split being approximately as follows:
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