What will it take for India to become an absolute winner?

By Kunal Desai, Manager of Neptune India Fund

Kunal Desai recently celebrated his third anniversary as manager of the Neptune India Fund. Kunal has built a strong track record of outperformance since he assumed responsibility for the Fund, delivering a return of 30.3 per cent compared to the MSCI India Index gain of just 14.0 per cent.*

After 2014’s stellar gains, India has continued to outperform its emerging market peers, but absolute returns have been lacklustre. Under the reform-minded government of Narendra Modi, what will it take for India to become a shining light in a global context?

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*Source: Lipper, as at 22 January 2016. C Accumulation share class performance, in pound sterling, with net income reinvested and no initial charges. The performance of other share classes may differ.

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