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Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund - QLTEVF

Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund - QLTEVF

Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund is the flagship mutual fund for Quantum Mutual Fund and was first of its kind established in 2006. The Mutual Fund follows the Value style of investing giving potential for earning high growth and returns over the long term. Learn more about the fund’s investment style and investment process.

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Quantum Mutual Fund

May 24, 2021
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  1. Panel Discussion on Asset Classes of Equity, Debt & Gold

    Speakers: Sorbh Gupta – Fund Manager, Equity Chirag Mehta – Sr. Fund Manager, Alternative Investments December 17, 2020 1 Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund April 2021 Private & Confidential
  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS About Us About Quantum Mutual Fund Our

    Research and Investment Process Overview - Indian Economy QLTEVF Fund Performance Risk, Summary and Conclusion
  3. ABOUT US

  4. 4  Set the foundation for building an India-focused investment

    management institution across the 4 major asset classes: equity, fixed income, real estate, infrastructure: Steady growth in assets, disciplined approach attracting clients  Need for multiple asset classes to reduce the business risk of being dependent on any ONE product: India is not mainstream - huge volatility in valuations and client interest  1990 to 2004: investment processes refined by affiliation with international groups  2004 to 2008: invested in people  2004 to 2008: incubated teams to diversify business risk  2008 to 2009: invested in world-class systems  2010 onwards: maintaining our focus and discipline; succession planning Group Update – The Past 25 Years
  5. Our Journey so Far • Quantum Long Term Equity Value

    Fund completes 10-year track record • Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund • Quantum Liquid Fund • Set up Quantum AMC • Quantum Gold Fung • Quantum Nifty ETF • Quantum Tax Saving Fund • Quantum Gold Savings Fund • India’s first fully paperless Online Investing Platform • Quantum Equity Fund of Funds • “Path to Profit” Launched • Quantum Multi Asset Fund of Funds • Quantum Dynamic Bond Fund • Transactions through Email, WhatsApp & Fax • Launch of Regular Plans • Quantum India ESG Equity Fund 2005 2006 2008 2009 2011 2012 2015 2016 2017 2019
  6. 6  Currently managing an AUM of USD 2.70 Billion

    (~INR 19,998 crore) as April 30, 2021. Manages Indian equity investments for some of the largest institutions in the world, including Sovereign Wealth Funds, pension funds, endowments, and foundations Currently registered as a Portfolio Manager with SEBI and other international regulators Quantum Advisors is 50.8% owned by Mr. Dayal and the Management Team and 49.2% owned by HWIC Asia. HWIC Asia is ultimately promoted and wholly owned by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited (“FFHL”). FFHL is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and is led by Mr. Prem Watsa, known as the Warren Buffet of Canada About our Sponsor– Quantum Advisors Pvt. Ltd.
  7. ABOUT QUANTUM MUTUAL FUND

  8. 8 Quantum Mutual fund was established in 2006 with the

    launch of the Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund Quantum Mutual Fund was the 29th, but India’s 1st Fund house that started with a focus on a Low Cost Approach for investors Simple range of funds: No confusion for investors Disciplined Research and Investment Process: Team-driven, no “star” fund managers Staying the course, no short cuts: Asset Managers, not Asset Gatherers  Quantum MF AUM = Rs.1,914.71 Cr. as on 30th April 2021  Number of Folios: 71,906 as on 30th April 2021 About Quantum Mutual Fund
  9. Company Structure Quantum Advisors, India (QAS), provides investment advisory services

    and manages portfolios of FIIs and Indian clients. Registered as Portfolio Manager with SEBI since 1997. It is led by Mr. I. V. Subramaniam (Subbu), who is the MD, CEO & CIO of the company. • Subbu joined Quantum in 1996 and has over 25 years of experience in the investment management and financial services industry. Since June 2000, Subbu has managed India-dedicated portfolios for Indian clients and since 2005, he has managed India-dedicated portfolios for international clients. Subbu received his Bachelor’s degree in commerce from Osmania University in 1983 and his Law degree from Osmania University in 1986. He is a CFA Charter holder. Subbu was born in 1962. Quantum Asset Management, India (QAMC) SEBI Registered Asset Management Company and Investment manager for Quantum Mutual Fund. It is led by Mr. Jimmy Patel, who is the MD & CEO of the company. • Jimmy Patel joined Quantum in 2010 and has over 3 decades of experience in the financial services sector, and has held various key management roles. Along with holding a Chartered Accountant’s degree, Mr. Patel has also completed his L.L.B. from the University of Mumbai. Mr. Patel is a Fellow of the Chevening Standard Chartered Financial Services Leadership Programme at Kings College, London. He has been a Director on Association of Mutual Funds In India (AMFI) Board and also has been a member of various AMFI and SEBI Committees. Jimmy was born in 1967. 100% subsidiary of QAS
  10. 10 Always Putting Investors First, Even Above our Growth in

    AUM Quantum Mutual Fund SEBI Imposes Rule on MF Industry Refused to follow the opaque Entry Load Model Mar 2006 Jun 2009 Pioneered Direct to Investor, despite Slow Internet Speed and No Smart Phones Mar 2006 Jan 2013 One Scheme / product per asset class Mar 2006 Oct 2017 Exit Load swept into funds for the benefit of Unit Holders Mar 2006 Nov 2012 No Discrimination against Retail Investors Mar 2006 Sep 2012 Introduced the practice of following Total Return Index (TRI) as benchmark for Equity Fund Mar 2006 Jan 2018 Majority of Independent Directors on AMC Board Mar 2006 ? Path to Profit (Investor Education & Awareness Program) Aug 2009 Sep 2012 100% Independent Board of Trustees Oct 2010 ? Mark to Market valuation in Liquid Fund, irrespective of the maturity Jul 2012 April 2020 ZERO Upfront Distributor Commission and uniform trail commission across all partners on Regular Plan Apr 2017 Sep 2018 TER based on AUM Slabs Feb 2017 April 2019
  11. Jimmy Patel MD & CEO (2010) Jimmy Patel has over

    3 decades of experience in the financial services sector, and has held various key management roles. Along with holding a Chartered Accountant’s degree, Mr. Patel has also completed his L.L.B. from the University of Mumbai. Mr. Patel is a Fellow of the Chevening Standard Chartered Financial Services Leadership Programme at Kings College, London. He has been a Director on Association of Mutual Funds In India (AMFI) Board and also has been a member of various AMFI and SEBI Committees. Jimmy was born in 1962. Rina Nathani Chief Business Officer (2020) Rina has over 20 years of experience in building businesses, advising companies and leading teams to successful outcomes. Prior to joining Quantum AMC, Rina was a Director in KPMG’s Advisory Practice in the US and Head – Retail Businesses at Suminter India Organics, India. She has done Masters in Management Studies from Jamnalal Bajaj institute of Management Studies (JBIMS). Rina was born in 1974. Malay Vora Head Legal & Compliance (2008) Malay Vora has more than 15 years of experience in Legal, Compliance and Corporate Secretarial matters in the financial service industry. He is a Commerce and Law Graduate and an Associate Member of Institute of Company Secretaries in India. Malay is the Head of Legal & Compliance and the Compliance Officer for Quantum AMC. He has been associated with Quantum since 2008. He is a SEBI Committee member and has represented Quantum at an AMFI committee in the past. Malay was born in 1977. Profile of Management Team - QAMC
  12. Sandeep Bhosle AVP Investor Interaction (2011) Sandeep Bhosle has more

    than 18 years of experience in Financial Services and Market Research. He a Post Graduate in Marketing Management. He has Completed Medium and Small Scale Industries Management Development Program from NMIMS. Prior to Quantum AMC, he has been with ICICI Prudential and Birla Sunlife Insurance and has been instrumental in developing Rural Markets and New Initiatives, Process Quality, Loyalty Programs, R&R Initiatives. Rajendra Gadiyar Head Operations (2011) Rajendra brings with him more than 2 decades of experience in Operations and Fund Accounting in Mutual Funds and Insurance. Prior to joining Quantum, he was associated with various companies across Insurance, Asset Management and Investment Management sectors. Rajendra was born in 1968. Meera Shetty Head Investor Services (2006) Meera Shetty has almost two decades of experience in Investor Servicing. Before joining Quantum, she was associated with Edelweiss AMC, Principal AMC and UTI-TSL. She holds a degree in Commerce and is an MBA with dual specialization in Finance and Marketing. Meera was born in 1969.
  13. Sorbh Gupta (2011) Qualified as a Chartered Accountant, CFA Level

    III (Charter Pending), Sorbh Gupta is the Fund Manager for Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund & Quantum Tax Saving Fund. With more than 15 years of experience in equity research as well as managing funds; Sorbh brings with him a wealth of experience of having tracked varied sectors in his previous work assignments. Prior to joining Quantum, Sorbh was associated with Siddhesh Capital Private Ltd. Sorbh was born in 1980. Nilesh Shetty (2009) Nilesh has more than 16 years of experience in research. He has been a part of Quantum Asset Management Company since 2009, and at present is the Fund Manager for Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund and Quantum Multi Asset Fund. Nilesh is a qualified CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), ACMA (CIMA, UK) and has completed his Masters in Management Studies (Finance) from the Mumbai University. Nilesh was born in 1980. Sneha Joshi (2015) With over 7 years of experience in economic, credit and quantitative research. Sneha holds a Ph.D. in Economics and has earned an M.A. in Economics from Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. She joined Quantum AMC in August, 2015. Prior to joining Quantum, she was associated with Credit Capital Research as a fixed income research analyst. Sneha was born in 1988. Hitendra Parekh (2004) Has close to 3 decades of experience in financial services industry. Prior to working with Quantum, he has been with the Unit Trust of India for 4 years and UTI Securities Ltd for 9 years. He has completed his B.Com & Masters in Financial Management from Mumbai University. Hitendra was born in 1968. Portfolio Team – Equity
  14. Portfolio Team – Non Equity Pankaj Pathak (2013) – Fixed

    Income has over a decade of experience in Fixed income investments and research. He joined Quantum Asset Management Company in August, 2013 and at present, is Fund Manager for Quantum Dynamic Bond Fund and Quantum Liquid Fund. Prior to joining Quantum, he was associated with Bank of Maharashtra. Pankaj holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance from National Institute of Bank Management, Pune and is qualified CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst). Pankaj was born in 1986. Chirag Mehta (2006) – Gold/Commodities has 18 years of experience in the Indian commodities markets. He also specializes in the field of alternative investment strategies. Chirag is a qualified CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), and has also completed his Masters in Management Studies in Finance. He currently manages funds largely in the field of alternative investments that includes Gold Fund, a Multi asset fund and an Equity fund of funds and is also a Fund Manager of Quantum India ESG Equity Fund. He joined the Quantum after gaining hands on experience in the physical commodities market during internship with Kotak & Co. Ltd and working on projects for the Federation of Indian Commodities Exchanges. Chirag was born in 1981. Ghazal Jain (2020) – Gold/Commodities has overall 4 years of experience in the field of finance and alternative investments including of Gold, Asset Allocation and Personal Finance & investment allocation. She has been with Quantum Asset Management Company since January, 2019. Prior to joining Quantum, she was associated with Fox Education LLP and Bahubali Electronics Private Limited.
  15. • What is the background? • What is the experience?

    PEOPLE • Is there a clearly defined investment philosophy across all market situations or is this a ride-the-wave, “bull-market” manager? PHILOSOPHY • What is the research and investment process and how reliable is it? PROCESS • Given the process, is the performance as predictable as it should be? PERFORMANCE Criteria to Select a Good Fund House
  16. OUR RESEARCH & INVESTMENT PROCESS

  17. Stock Markets Offer Real Opportunities  Market cap: USD 2,740.87

    bn  4,000+ listed companies  314 companies market cap > USD 1 bn  886 companies market cap > USD 100 mn  Daily trading volume USD 9.18 billion/day for the period May 2020– Apr 2021  493 companies with daily avg traded > USD 1 mn  356 companies with daily avg traded > USD 2 mn  Represents many “real” industries: not only financial services and property stocks  Equity culture – Bombay Stock Exchange over 130 years – oldest in Asia  Newer electronic NSE is the 3rd largest stock exchange in the world by volume Source: Quantum AMC, Bloomberg, SEBI and Tata Services Ltd As of April 30th, 2021
  18. Our Macro Assumptions The 4 inputs to our bottom-up stock

    selection process Source: Quantum AMC estimates, as of March 2021 Our estimate Current readings Comments GDP, long-term 6.2% 0.4% (Oct 20-December 20) Fiscal response may improve growth outlook. Growth may trend above our estimate if implementation picks up Inflation 5.0% to 5.5% 5.5% We expect inflation to be near 5% in FY 2022 as high import duties increase domestic cost of goods 10-year bond Long term(10yr) 6.50-6.75% Short term: (5yr) 6.00%-6.25% 6.2% High fiscal and high inflation will get bond yields up over the next year. RBI managing bond yield curve with Operation Twist and LTRO FX rates +/-2% (INR /USD in a 73-78 band) INR/USD=74.5 RBI dollar buying at record pace to arrest INR appreciation. RBI has enough FX reserves to buffer any sharp depreciation
  19. Value Investing– Quantum Mutual Fund  We follow the Value

    investing strategy that involves buying companies at discounts to their long-term intrinsic value  We focus on the long term potential of the business  We normalize our assumptions - we do not value the companies on the basis of peak or trough margins  While valuing the company, we would generally give a 40% discount to its intrinsic value to set our buy limits  Typical characteristics of the portfolio following Value Investing strategy: • Low price to earnings ratio • Low price to book ratio • Low price to sales multiple • Low price to cash flow • High dividend yield
  20. 01 Evaluate • The business of the company • The

    environment in which it operates • The management, and their long-term goals • Can the financials support the long- term goals? 02 Analyze • The stock price of the company based on fundamentals relative to its peer group, its history, and the market • PER, PCF, P/BV, Div Yld, EV/EBITDA 03 Buy • Current price is generally 40%+ lower than our estimate of long- term value (in case of first time buy) 04 Sell • Current price is > our estimate of long- term value • Better Investment Alternatives • Changed view of management, Changed view of business Our Investment Criteria - Value
  21. 201 stocks 25 to 40 stocks 327 stocks Quantum’s Bottom-Up

    Stock Selection Process Number of stocks mentioned are as per current average trading volume value criteria. The number of Stock in trading volume criteria, and in portfolio will be changed from time to time based on Investment Strategy of the scheme. Analysts study stocks in their sector (India) with global comparison, travel worldwide, prepare detailed projections. Regular research meetings to review ideas and approve stocks for the database. Consensus required. All stocks are reviewed time to time generally within 180 days. We must trust the managements/founders Number of companies trading over US $1 million/day Portfolio of stocks with broad exposure to various sectors. Approved by the portfolio team Reflects three broad themes: domestic consumption, exports and infrastructure PORTFOLIO VALUE AND INTEGRITY SCREENING ADDRESSABLE UNIVERSE Clients get best of bottom-up ideas with a risk control measurement for each sector Generally, < 20% of the stocks we cover meet our “Buy” criteria
  22. Portfolio Construction Portfolio of 25-40 stocks Part of S&P BSE-30

    Index? Below Buy limit? What sector? Stock under active coverage? Volume INR 6.98 Crs per day Minimum wt 2% at cost Maximum wt 6% at cost Maximum wt 10% at market value YES YES No effect on decision Indifferent; guided by Research Investment Rules To research team Wait Weights assigned to a stock are a function of: 1) Reliability of management 2) Quality of earnings 3) Stability of earnings 4) Upside Potential 5) Alternatives/Cash Our portfolio turnover is typically 20%, suggesting a 5 year holding period. Please refer Scheme Information Document of the Scheme for complete Investment Strategy No No
  23. A Tale Of Two Stocks – Since 1991 (1) We

    buy liquid shares of good businesses (2) Illiquid stocks give managers the fees – investors get nothing Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P., As of April 3o, 2021 Disclaimer : The stocks discussed herein are for information purpose only. This is not a recommendation to buy or sell any security.
  24. OVERVIEW- INDIAN ECONOMY

  25. We believe 6.5% Real GDP growth is a realistic long

    term assumption Myth #1- “India will grow 8% P.A” If the world slips sideways, India will grow...as it has over the past 39 year Source: RBI and www.parliamentofindia.nic.in as of June 2019. Note: The number in red rectangle is from a changed data series starting Jan 2015. While a “superior” series, there is no comparable number to equate the “New” with the “Old”. Most economists deduct 0% to 1.5% from the “New” to equate to the “Old”; therefore under Modi, the GDP has been at 5.9% at best matching the 5.6% under the BJP-led coalition government of Vajpayee that resulted in a rout for the BJP at the time of the next election in 2004!* Please note that data used for World GDP for 2017 is a median Estimate since World Bank data is not yet available and India GDP data is governments second advance estimate released at the end of May.
  26. Myth #2 – Make in India will Boost Exports 56

    34 18 15 25 30 29 41 53 8 6 18 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 1951 1991 2015 Sector Contribution To GDP Services Industry Agriculture Exports Source: Quantum AMC, Google Images, Bloomberg Finance L.P.
  27. Indians Still Consuming: The Hungry Consumers! *2021 YTD data: Two-wheeler

    sales data as on Mar '21, Passenger Vehicle sales data as on Mar ’21, Refrigerator data as on Feb ’21, Cement sales data as on Mar' 21, Housing loans data as on Mar 2021, Source: 2 wheelers, Cement & passenger vehicle – CMIE database; refrigerator production data – CMIE (IIP) database; home loans outstanding – RBI Data on Sectoral deployment of Bank credit (March 2021). ** Annualized Returns Year (March end) 2-wheelers (Domestic sales Mn units) Passenger Vehicles (Domestic sales Mn units) Refrigerators (Production Mn units) Cement (mn tn) Home loans outstanding (Rs. bn) 2008 8,064,903 1.6 6.1 174 2,603 2009 8,439,786 1.6 6.7 187 2,794 2010 10,511,009 2.0 8.0 207 3,009 2011 13,302,335 2.5 8.7 216 3,499 2012 15,384,261 2.6 9.9 230 3,971 2013 15,753,563 2.7 11.1 248 4,567 2014 16,890,778 2.5 10.7 256 5,386 2015 18,433,027 2.6 12.0 270 6,285 2016 18,938,727 2.8 11.9 283 7,468 2017 19,928,958 3.1 13.1 280 8,601 2018 23,007,691 3.3 13.5 298 9,746 2019 24,460,688 3.4 15.6 337 11,601 2020 20,936,201 2.7 15.0 334 13,498 2021 YTD * 18,397,111 2.5 9.7 294 14,591 CAGR (since 2008 till 2020) 10.0% 5.8% 9.3% 6.7% 17.9%
  28. India – Linked to Global Capital Flows, Not GDP As

    a % of GDP Private Consumption Exports of Goods & Services India 58.8 19.2 China 39.3 19.6 Indonesia 57.7 19.1 Thailand 50.7 68.9 Malaysia 54.9 67.7 Brazil 64.0 12.5 Russia 51.5 25.7 Source: World Bank database Updated as of March 31, 2021 GDP https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CD Pvt consumption https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NE.CON.PRVT.CD Exports (Goods & Services) https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NE.EXP.GNFS.CD Lower global links
  29. QLTEVF FUND PERFORMANCE

  30. Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund – Must have equity

    diversified fund Value Oriented Equity Diversified Fund since March 2006 Well balanced portfolio: typically 25 to 40 stocks, across sectors Instrumental for Long Term Financial Goals like Retirement, Child’s Education, Child’s Marriage & Wealth Creation A disciplined research and investment process Low portfolio turnover: Very boring, Buy after Conviction, Hold it for long Holds shares or cash: No derivatives, No hedging
  31. Performance across the market cycles - (Mar 2006 – April

    2021) Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. This graph should be reviewed in conjunction with detailed performance of the scheme provided on slide number32Source: Bloomberg
  32. Performance of Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund – Direct

    Plan – Growth Option Period Current Value of 10,000 Invested at the beginning of a given period Benchmark* Additional Benchmark Benchmark* Additional Benchmark Scheme Returns (%) S&P BSE 200 TRI (%) S&P BSE Sensex TRI (%) Scheme (Rs) S&P BSE 200 TRI (Rs) S&P BSE Sensex TRI (Rs) 1 year 57.24% 53.92% 46.26% 15,724 15,392 14,626 3 years 7.82% 11.46% 12.85% 12,538 13,851 14,377 5 years 11.17% 15.09% 15.15% 16,991 20,209 20,260 7 years 12.31% 14.43% 13.23% 22,546 25,710 23,874 10 years 11.47% 11.84% 11.35% 29,659 30,659 29,328 Since Inception (13th Mar 2006) 13.39% 12.12% 11.99% 67,030 56,564 55,546 • Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Load is not taken into consideration in scheme returns calculation. Data as of 30th April 2021 • Different Plans shall have different expense structure. Returns are calculated on the basis of Compounded Annualized Growth Rate (CAGR). •*with effect from February 01,2020 benchmark has been changed from S&P Sensex TRI to S&P BSE 200 TRI. As TRI data is not available since inception of the scheme, benchmark performance is calculated using composite CAGR S&P BSE 200 index PRI Value from March 13, 2006 to July 31, 2006 and TRI Value since August 1, 2006 • For performance of other Schemes Managed by Mr. Sorbh Gupta please see slide number 42 and for performance of other Schemes Managed by Mr. Nilesh Shetty please see slide 42 The Scheme is co-managed by Mr. Sorbh Gupta and Mr. Nilesh Shetty. Mr. Sorbh Gupta is the Fund Manager effective from December 1, 2020. Mr. Nilesh Shetty is the Fund Manager effective from March 28, 2011.
  33. SIP Performance - Direct Plan Growth Option SIP Investments Since

    Inception SIP 10 year SIP 7 year SIP 5 year SIP 3 year SIP 1 year SIP Total Amount Invested (Rs.'000) 1,810 1,200 840 600 360 120 Mkt Value (Rs.'000) 5,255.61 2,264.20 1,230.59 796.32 460.41 152.35 Scheme Returns (XIRR*) (%) 13.03% 12.23% 10.76% 11.33% 16.80% 55.24% S&P BSE 200 TRI (XIRR*) # (%) 12.66% 14.06% 13.73% 15.24% 19.71% 49.17% S&P BSE Sensex TRI (XIRR*) @ (%) 12.16% 13.47% 13.44% 15.25% 17.71% 39.73% Data as of 30th April 2021 Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Load is not taken into consideration using applicable NAV on the SIP day (5th of every month). Return on SIP and Benchmark are annualized and compounded investment return for cash flows resulting out of uniform and regular monthly subscriptions as on 5th day of every month (in case 5th is a non-Business Day, then the next Business Day) and have been worked out using the Excel spreadsheet function known as XIRR. XIRR calculates the internal rate of return for series of cash flow. Assuming Rs 10,000 invested every month on 5th day of every month (in case 5th is a non-Business Day, then the next Business Day), the 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 7 years, 10 years and since inception returns from SIP are annualized and compounded investment return computed on the assumption that SIP installments were received across the time periods from the start date of SIP from the end of the relevant period viz. 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 7 years, 10 years and since Inception. *XIRR - XIRR calculates the internal rate of return to measure and compare the profitability of series of investments. #Benchmark Returns. @Additional Benchmark Returns.
  34. Performance of Quantum Long Term Equity Value Fund – Regular

    Plan – Growth Option Period Current Value of 10,000 Invested at the beginning of a given period Benchmark* Additional Benchmark Benchmark* Additional Benchmark Scheme Returns (%) S&P BSE 200 TRI (%) S&P BSE Sensex TRI (%) Scheme (Rs) S&P BSE 200 TRI (Rs) S&P BSE Sensex TRI (Rs) 1 year 56.46% 53.92% 46.26% 15,646 15,392 14,626 3 years 7.39% 11.46% 12.85% 12,386 13,851 14,377 Since Inception (01st Apr 2017) 7.89% 13.22% 14.33% 13,635 16,605 17,281 The Scheme is co-managed by Mr. Sorbh Gupta and Mr. Nilesh Shetty. Mr. Sorbh Gupta is the Fund Manager effective from December 1, 2020. Mr. Nilesh Shetty is the Fund Manager effective from March 28, 2011. • Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Load is not taken into consideration in scheme returns calculation. Data as of 30th April 2021 • Different Plans shall have different expense structure. • Returns are calculated on the basis of Compounded Annualized Growth Rate (CAGR). •*with effect from February 01,2020 benchmark has been changed from S&P Sensex TRI to S&P BSE 200 TRI. As TRI data is not available since inception of the scheme, benchmark performance is calculated using composite CAGR S&P BSE 200 index PRI Value from March 13, 2006 to July 31, 2006 and TRI Value since August 1, 2006 • For performance of other Schemes Managed by Mr. Sorbh Gupta please see slide number 42 and for performance of other Schemes Managed by Mr. Nilesh Shetty please see slide 42
  35. QLTEVF Monthly Cash Weight - Move To Cash When There

    Is No Value And Wait Patiently Source: Quantum AMC. As of April 30, 2021
  36. While Avoiding The “Illiquidity Trap” Is Critical To Our Investment

    Process, We Are Not Shy Of Owning Small Caps Market Cap Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Dec 2018 Dec 2019 Dec 2020 April 2021 Numbe r of Stocks Weigh t Numbe r of Stocks Weigh t Numbe r of Stocks Weigh t Numbe r of Stocks Weigh t Numb er of Stocks Weight Numb er of Stocks Weight > INR 35,000 Crs 19 75% 17 75% 19 75% 17 69% 21 75% 22 79% > INR 5,000 Crs,< INR 35,000 Crs 4 11% 3 9% 5 15% 8 18% 7 17% 6 15% >INR 3,000 Crs,< INR 5,000 Crs 0 0% 1 3% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% < INR 3000 Crs 1 2% 0 0% 1 2% 1 1% 1 1% 0 0% Total Stocks in portfolio 24 88% 21 87% 25 92% 26 88% 29 93% 28 94% The number of stocks in portfolio will be changed from time to time based on Investment Strategy of the Scheme. .
  37. Divergent Portfolio - Not the Index for Sure! S&P BSE-200

    Index (Weight) Do we own it in the QLTEVF? Change for the month ended April 30, 2021 Reliance Industries Ltd 7.77% NA -0.44% HDFC Bank Ltd 6.94% 6.06% -5.45% Infosys Ltd 5.98% 7.57% -1.01% Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd 5.26% 8.56% -3.15% ICICI Bank Ltd 5.00% 3.76% 3.29% Total 30.95% 25.95% -6.74% Even though we focus on buying liquid stocks, we do not necessarily buy Index stocks Source: Quantum Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd and Asia Index Pvt Ltd As of April 30, 2021 Stocks referred above are for illustrative purpose only and not recommendation of Quantum Mutual Fund / AMC. The Fund may or may not have any present or future positions in these stocks. The above information should not be constructed as research Report or recommendation to buy or sell of any stocks.
  38. Portfolio Top 5 Holdings – Different Weights QLTEVF (Weight) S&P

    BSE-200 TRI (weight) Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd 8.56% 5.26% Infosys Ltd 7.57% 5.98% HDFC Bank Ltd 6.06% 6.94% Wipro Ltd 4.93% 0.85% Tata Steel Ltd 4.73% 0.91% Total 31.85% 19.94% Stocks referred above are for illustrative purpose only and not recommendation of Quantum Mutual Fund / AMC. The Fund may or may not have any present or future positions in these stocks. The above information should not be constructed as research Report or recommendation to buy or sell of any stocks. Source: Quantum Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd and Asia Index Pvt Ltd As of April 30, 2021
  39. Sector Exposure of Our Bottom-Up Stock Picking Process Sector MSCI

    AC World November 2019 S&P BSE- 30 Index November 2019 QLTEVF December 2016 QLTEVF December 2017 QLTEVF December 2018 QLTEVF December 2019 QLTEVF Dec 2020 QLTEVF April 2021 Communication Services 9% 2% 2% 2% 2% 0% 0% 0% Consumer Disc. 11% 6% 23% 24% 19% 19% 17% 16% Consumer Staples 8% 8% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Energy 5% 13% 9% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% Financials 17% 47% 16% 14% 25% 30% 29% 29% Healthcare 12% 1% 3% 6% 6% 5% 6% 6% Industrials 10% 4% 3% 1% 2% 0% 2% 3% Materials 5% 3% 5% 4% 7% 8% 10% 12% Real Estate 3% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Technology 17% 14% 14% 15% 17% 17% 17% 16% Utilities 3% 2% 13% 14% 12% 11% 10% 10% Cash Equiv. 0% 0 12% 19% 8% 8% 7% 6% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% No. of Securities 3,060 31 24 21 25 26 29 28 Sectors referred above are for illustrative purpose only and not recommendation of Quantum Mutual Fund / AMC. The Fund may or may not have any present or future positions in these sectors. The above information should not be constructed as research Report or recommendation to buy or sell of any sectors / stocks. Note: Past Performance may or may not be sustained in future. Source: MSCI, Quantum AMC | As of April 30, 2021
  40. Portfolio Top 10 Holdings Stocks Weights Housing Development Finance Corporation

    Ltd 8.56% Infosys Ltd 7.57% HDFC Bank Ltd 6.06% Wipro Ltd 4.93% Tata Steel Ltd 4.73% Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd 4.11% ACC Ltd 3.95% ICICI Bank Ltd 3.76% Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd 3.65% Hero MotoCorp Ltd 3.46% Total 50.78% Stocks referred above are for illustrative purpose only and not recommendation of Quantum Mutual Fund / AMC. The Fund may or may not have any present or future positions in these stocks. The above information should not be constructed as research Report or recommendation to buy or sell of any stocks. Source: Quantum Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd As of April 30 , 2021
  41. Stocks we Own are Liquid No of trading days to

    sell positions Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Dec 2018 Dec 2019 Dec 2020 April 2021 Numbe r of stocks Weight Numbe r of stocks Weight Numbe r of stocks Weight Numbe r of stocks Weigh t Numbe r of stocks Weigh t Numb er of stock s Weigh t Less than 1 day 20 77% 17 71% 21 78% 21 76% 26 87% 26 90% 1 day to 5 days 4 11% 2 3% 2 8% 4 14% 3 6% 2 4% 5 days to 22 days 0 0 2 6% 2 7% 1 2% 0 0% 0 0% > 22 trading days 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% Total Stocks in portfolio 24 88% 21 81% 25 93% 26 92% 29 93% 28 94% Based on average daily volume of portfolio stocks for the last one year and Quantum’s trading share of 33%. The number of stocks in portfolio will be changed from time to time based on Investment Strategy of the Scheme.
  42. Other Schemes managed by Sorbh Gupta and Nilesh Shetty Quantum

    Tax Saving Fund Mr. Sorbh Gupta is the Fund Manager effective from October 1, 2016. Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Data as of 30th April , 2021 #S&P BSE 200 TRI. With effect from February 01,2020 benchmark has been changed from S&P Sensex TRI to S&P BSE 200 TRI. Returns are net of total expenses and are calculated on the basis of Compounded Annualized Growth Rate (CAGR). Different Plans shall have different expense structure. Mr. Sorbh Gupta co-manages 2 scheme of the Quantum Mutual Fund. Quantum Multi Asset Fund of Funds Mr. Chirag Mehta and Mr. Nilesh Shetty are Fund Managers effective from July 11, 2012. Period 1 year 3 years 5 years Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Quantum Multi Asset Fund of Funds*–Direct Plan (Gr) 16.00% 20.01% 8.55% 11.49% 9.21% 11.22% Quantum Multi Asset Fund of Funds*–Regular Plan (Gr) 15.63% 20.01% 8.30% 11.49% NA NA Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Load is not taken into consideration in Scheme Return Calculation. Data as of 30th April , 2021 #Benchmark has been changed from Crisil Composite Bond Fund Index (40%) + S&P BSE SENSEX Total Return Index (40%) + Domestic price of gold (20%) to CRISIL Composite Bond Fund Index (20%) + S&P BSE Total Return Index (40%) + CRISIL Liquid Index (25%) + Domestic Price of Gold (15%) with effective from April 01, 2021. It is a customized index and it is rebalanced daily Returns are net of total expenses and are calculated on the basis of Compounded Annualized Growth Rate (CAGR). Different Plans shall have different expense structure. Mr. Chirag Mehta manages 5 schemes of the Quantum Mutual Fund. Mr. Nilesh Shetty manages 2 schemes of the Quantum Mutual Fund. Period 1 year 3 years 5 years Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Scheme Returns (%) Benchmark Returns (%) # Quantum Tax Saving Fund- Direct Plan (Gr) 56.74% 53.92% 7.91% 11.46% 11.34% 15.09% Quantum Tax Saving Fund- Regular Plan (Gr) 55.98% 53.92% 7.46% 11.46% N.A. N.A.
  43. RISK, SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

  44. 44 Impact/Risk Analysis on The Portfolio – A Top-down View

    for Presentation Purposes Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Dec 2018 Dec 2019 Dec 2020 April 2021 Numbe r of Stocks Weight Numbe r of Stocks Weight Numbe r of Stocks Weight Numbe r of Stocks Weight Numbe r of Stocks Weig ht Numb er of Stock s Weig ht Local Opportunity 6 25% 5 24% 10 39% 11 41% 11 42% 11 42% Global opportunity 11 41% 11 40% 10 39% 9 37% 12 40% 12 40% Regulatory/Tariff 7 22% 5 17% 5 15% 6 14% 6 11% 5 12% Total Stocks in Portfolio 24 88% 21 81% 25 93% 26 92% 29 93% 28 94% Note: Companies where bulk of the sales come from India are classified under Local Opportunity Companies where 25% or more, sales come from outside India are classified under Global Opportunity Companies which have their pricing determined by government policies are classified under Regulatory/Tariff The number of stocks in portfolio will be changed from time to time based on Investment Strategy of the Scheme.
  45. Indian Private /MNC/ Government Events Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Dec

    2018 Dec 2019 Dec 2020 April 2021 Numb er of Stock s Weigh t Numb er of Stock s Weigh t Numb er of Stock s Weigh t Numb er of Stock s Weigh t Numbe r of Stocks Weight Number of Stocks Weight Government 8 26% 6 21% 7 19% 7 19% 7 14% 6 15% Indian Private 10 41% 8 35% 12 47% 12 45% 12 44% 12 44% MNC 6 21% 7 25% 7 27% 7 28% 10 35% 10 35% Total Stocks in Portfolio 24 88% 21 81% 26 93% 26 92% 29 93% 28 94% The number of stocks in portfolio will be changed from time to time based on Investment Strategy of the Scheme.
  46. The Portfolio Relative To The S&P BSE-30 Index Source: Quantum

    Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd; As of April 30, 2021 | cash weight excluded | ** S&P BSE-30 Index weight is based on free-float. % S&P BSE 30 Index column depicts the Fund fundamentals as a percentage of S&P BSE 30 Index fundamentals. The figures mentioned in WTD PER, WTD EPS and PEG ratio are calculated on the basis of Bloomberg consensus estimates for companies owned by the Fund as well as the companies in the S&P BSE 30 as of the reporting date i.e. April 30, 2021 . QLTEVF As % Of S&P BSE-30 S&P BSE-30 Index Index** Number of equity stocks 28 30 Median market capitalization (USD mn) 11,234 40.00% 27,949 Weighted dividend yield 1.52% 132.00% 1.10% Weighted PER: March 2021E 12.88x 72.00% 18.00x Weighted EPS Growth: March 2021E 20.88% 89.00% 23.40% PEG Ratio (excludes cash) 0.62x 80.00% 0.77x T12M PE 20.40x 34.40x Weightage of stocks with PER > 20 68.00% 91.00% Weightage of stocks with PER > 30 30.00% 56.00%
  47. Summary: A significant allocation to public equities using a disciplined,

    long-term, bottom-up, value-driven research and investment process for investing in the evolving Indian stock markets 47  Overall, economic policy is geared towards growth  India is a party to global trade and tariff agreements  Political “risk” exists – but effect is more on specific sector reforms, rather than overall direction  Indian companies and entrepreneurs have oriented themselves to live – and thrive – in free markets: world class management  While the macro-economy looks good, fiscal deficits could rekindle inflationary pressures, a hardening interest rate environment will put growth on a +6% trajectory  Infrastructure: Lot of talk, little action – inflection point?  Yes, shake hands – but count how many fingers you get back!
  48. Our Tried and Tested Research and Investment Process to give

    Clients with a Long-term investment philosophy a Channel that aims to outperforms on the Upside and limits the Downside India – A Wonderful Long-term Theme, But On A Bumpy Road Requires
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    Limited Hoechst House, 6th Floor, Nariman Point Mumbai-400021, India Sandeep Bhosle AVP- Customer Interaction Email: SandeepB@QuantumAMC.com Mobile: +91- 98209-43101 Office :+91-22-6144-7804 Fax :+91-22-2285-4318 Website: www.QuantumAMC.com
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    are meant for general reading purpose only and are not meant to serve as a professional guide/investment advice for the readers. This presentation has been prepared on the basis of publicly available information, internally developed data and other sources believed to be reliable. Whilst no action has been suggested or offered based upon the information provided herein, due care has been taken to endeavor that the facts are accurate and reasonable as on date. Quantum AMC shall make modifications and alterations to the performance and related data from time to time as may be required as per SEBI Mutual Fund Regulations. Readers are advised to seek independent professional advice and arrive at an informed investment decision before making any investment. None of the Sponsors, the Investment Manager, the Trustee, their respective Directors, Employees, Affiliates or Representatives shall be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential, punitive or exemplary damages, including lost profits arising in any way from the data/information/opinions contained in this presentation. The Quantum AMC shall make modifications and alterations to the performance and related data from time to time as may be required. Please visit – www.QuantumMF.com to read scheme specific risk factors. Investors in the Scheme are not being offered a guaranteed or assured rate of return and there can be no assurance that the schemes objective will be achieved and the NAV of the scheme may go up and down depending upon the factors and forces affecting securities market. Investment in mutual fund units involves investment risk such as trading volumes, settlement risk, liquidity risk, default risk including possible loss of capital. Past performance of the sponsor / AMC / Mutual Fund does not indicate the future performance of the Scheme. Statutory Details: Quantum Mutual Fund (the Fund) has been constituted as a Trust under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. Sponsor: Quantum Advisors Private Limited. (liability of Sponsor limited to Rs. 1,00,000/-). Trustee: Quantum Trustee Company Private Limited. Investment Manager: Quantum Asset Management Company Private Limited. The Sponsor, Trustee and Investment Manager are incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956. 17th May 2021 Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.
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