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GIH is renowned for its investment expertise and Fund performance. The Investment Fund Department of GIH provides a range of investment products across diversified asset classes. With a proven track record of around 15 years, it has established and managed several world-class Funds. The following are the Funds that are successfully exited, and currently under the management of GIH’s Investment Funds Department:

Successfully Exited :

US Residential Condominium Fund II
     
The US Residential Condominium Fund II was launched in May 2006 with a capital of US $45 Million. However, the Fund called for only 70% of the capital during the invested period. Its objective, like its predecessor, was to invest in condominium conversion and multifamily residential unit development in the US. It completed a Fund life of two years with several extensions. Presently, the Fund has completed its extension periods and is in the process of distributing the final redemption funds to its investors. 
 
 
The Bunyan Fund
     

The Bunyan Fund was launched in May 2001 with a capital of US $26.95 Million and an objective of investing in the construction of multi-family Class “A” rental apartment complexes in the U.S. The Fund achieved an IRR of 13.15% (targeted IRR 15%).

 
 
US Residential Condominium Fund
     
Launched in March 2005 with an objective of investing in multifamily residential conversion, the Fund had a capital of US $15.30 Million.

It was however, wound up in May 2006 and returned with an IRR of 28% to investors (net amount over a period of 13 months) compared to targeted IRR of 18%.

 
 
Care Fund
     
The Care Fund was launched in May 2005 with the objective of investing in the construction of Medical Office Buildings (MOBs) located on the premises of reputed hospitals in the US. The Fund was launched with a capital of US $32.7 Million and a Fund life of 5 years. The Fund had made capital redemptions totaling $26.65 million, and distributed quarterly dividends totaling $6.7 million during the invested period. The Fund was exited during the first half of 2011.
 
 
Care 2 Fund
     
The Care 2 Fund was launched in April 2007 to capitalize on the success of the Care Fund. The capital of the Fund was US $60 Million with a Fund life of 4 years and a one year optional extension. The Fund had made capital redemptions totaling $47.99 million, and distributed quarterly dividends totaling $13.77 million during the invested period. The Fund was exited during the first half of 2011.
 
 
 

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