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Our view on this fund
Avinash Vazirani has plenty of experience investing in Indian companies. He started his fund management career in 1995 when he set up his first Indian fund, and he's run this fund since launch in 2008. We are impressed with the manager's commitment to investing in India and willingness to invest...
Our latest article
In this fund update, Senior Investment Analyst Kate Marshall shares our analysis on the manager, process, culture, cost and performance of the Jupiter India Fund.
At least 70% of the Fund is invested in shares of companies based in India. Up to 30% of the Fund may be invested in other assets, including shares of companies based anywhere in the world, open-ended funds (including funds managed by Jupiter and its associates), cash and near cash. A maximum of 10% in aggregate may be held in companies based in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.