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At close 18-Dec-2014Sterling Shares
Source: Morningstar, NAV = Net Asset Value, excluding income.
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Ipes (Guernsey) Limited
1 Royal Plaza
St Peter Port
Guernsey GY1 2HL
Registered in Guernsey as an Investment Company Number 46192
To generate long-term capital gains.
Aberdeen Private Equity Fund is managed by Aberdeen SVG. Aberdeen SVG is a strategic alliance between the FTSE 100 asset manager, Aberdeen Asset Management PLC, and the FTSE 250 private equity investor, SVG Capital plc.
Aberdeen SVG is focused on providing investors with leading investment performance through tailored access to the private equity asset class. It employs over 40 professionals in one global team, across a broad range of complementary disciplines, offering ‘on the ground’ access to major private equity markets.
In this webcast Alex Barr gives an update on a wide range of subjects including performance, a sector breakdown, the largest investments and an outlook for the Trust
During October there were sixteen revaluations of portfolio funds, which consisted of nine upward valuations and seven downward valuations; the net effect was that the portfolio generated a total return in local currency terms which was flat versus the previous month.
The most significant portfolio write-up came from Silver Lake Partners III LP (+$1.4m), as there was a first write-up with respect to Dell, in which the Company also has a direct co-investment, at the 30 June valuation point.
Distributions totalled $4.0m in October, with the largest distributions coming from The Resolute Fund III LP ($1.2m) and Gores Capital Partners III LP ($0.8m).
The Resolute Fund III LP distribution was a recallable return of capital in respect of a return of bridge financing from the recent investment in Capstone Logistics LLC. The Gores Capital Partners III LP distribution was in respect of its exit from Sage Automotive Interiors, which was sold recently to Clearlake Capital Group. Sage is a leading global supplier of automotive textiles, with the #1 position in automotive seating fabrics. Gores Capital Partners III LP has made a 2.8x multiple of investment on Sage Automotive Interiors.
The Company paid calls of $3.0m in October. The largest call was $1.3m made by The Resolute Fund III LP, in respect of a new investment in American Freight Group, Inc., a leading US discount furniture retailer. There was also a large call from Lion Capital Fund III ($1.2m), in respect of the fund’s recent acquisition of a 20% stake in Alex & Ani, a highly-differentiated, affordable fashion jewellery and lifestyle brand.
As at 31 October 2014, uncalled commitments stood at $83.2m, or 41.3% of NAV and 147.8% of liquid resources.
Sixteen revaluations were received during the month, such that a total of 16 funds (and 2 co-investments) are now being valued based off 30 September 2014 statements.