Fund manager interview series: Taking the pain out of fund investment

As all ecosystems will fail at some time, Silverdale Capital founder Sanjay Guglani works at building up protection for his firm's investors. "We are always on our toes, deeply cognisant of idiosyncratic risks," he says.
As all ecosystems will fail at some time, Silverdale Capital founder Sanjay Guglani works at building up protection for his firm's investors. "We are always on our toes, deeply cognisant of idiosyncratic risks," he says.PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

Silverdale Capital founder and chief investment officer Sanjay Guglani discusses his outlook in the latest of our series featuring fund managers and leading market experts.

Mr Sanjay Guglani manages about $1 billion across a dozen funds, including Silverdale Bond Fund. He started his entrepreneurial career in 1994 as founder-managing director of the Saksham Group, which was at the time one of the largest external fund managers in India.

He also went on to establish Saksham Financial Services - one of the largest wealth management companies in India, retailing funds and insurance products.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 10, 2019, with the headline 'Taking the pain out of fund investment'. Print Edition | Subscribe