Sanchi Credit Value Fund
Sanchi Credit Value Fund consistently ranked in global top ranks of hedge fund performance league tables for six years, since its inception in March 2014 to its closure in 2020. The Fund was regulated by Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).
Sanchi Credit Value Fund aimed to generate net returns (annualized) of 10-15% over any 5-year period, by implementing a research-driven strategy which exploited credit market dislocations and inefficiencies globally, with a focus on investment-grade rated bonds and preference for developed markets. The Fund was a long-biased, value oriented and concentrated credit fund.
The Fund invested in hard currency public market credit securities of companies in geographies with rule of law, property rights, corporate governance, investor protection and information disclosure. The Fund invested with a long term investing view with low trading churn.
The Fund didn't invest in issuers from China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia, Russia, Poland, Nigeria, Egypt and Argentina among major global economies.