Elite KSB

Asia Fund NAV Update July 2014

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Initial Net Asset Value (per unit): $10,000

Net Asset Value as of July 2014 (per unit): $13,248

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The 1H2014 was generally a good period. Our Asia Fund was up 11.14% in the first six months of 2014, against a 2.24% return of our weighted benchmark. The Hang Seng Index was down 0.64% while the Straits Times Index was up 2.55%. The performance of the fund was significantly affected by the drop in UMS Holdings share price due to the sale from the CEO and AMAT. However, it is in our view that fundamentals of the company are still intact and the dividend payout is still sustainable based on current free cash flow levels.

In the 2Q2014, we would observe major changes within the portfolio. We have completely divested our investment in New Toyo. We felt that with our revised calculations, New Toyo does not offer us a wide enough margin of safety as initially calculated especially with the uncertainty of the business operations going forward. Also, we have been reducing our stake in Kingsmen Creative, in attempt to align our overall portfolio’s investment strategy.

At the same time, we took positions in Memtech International and SHC Capital. SHC Capital has recently announced a disposal of all their operations, and if successful would value the company at 37c per share. Current share price remains depressed due to investor’s skepticism of the deal going through and perhaps the lack of coverage on such a small-cap company. However, such a scenario is something similar to what we encountered in 2012 (Elite KSB).

Please feel free to email us if there are any questions regarding our investments.