Tetragon Financial Group — More resilient than public equities in H122

Tetragon Financial Group (LSE: TFG)

Last close As at 24/05/2024


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Restrictions on Ownership by US Persons

Tetragon’s shares have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933. Consequently, Tetragon shares may not be offered, sold or otherwise transferred within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, ‘US persons’ as defined in Regulation S under the Securities Act absent registration or an exemption from registration under the Securities Act. No public offering of any Tetragon shares is being, or has been, made in the United States.

In addition, Tetragon has not been and will not be registered under the United States Investment Company Act of 1940. Direct or indirect beneficial ownership of securities issued by Tetragon to any US person who is not a ‘qualified purchaser’ as defined in the Investment Company Act and applicable rules thereunder is prohibited. Under Tetragon’s Articles of Incorporation, the directors of Tetragon may in certain circumstances compel the transfer of any Tetragon shares owned directly or beneficially by any person who is not a ‘qualified purchaser’.

Ownership by Persons in Europe

Tetragon’s non-voting shares are not intended for European retail investors. Tetragon anticipates that its typical investors will be institutional and professional investors who wish to invest for the long term and who have experience in investing in financial markets and collective investment

undertakings and are capable themselves of evaluating the merits and risks of Tetragon shares and who have sufficient resources both to invest in potentially illiquid securities and to be able to bear any losses (which may equal the whole amount invested) that may result from the investment.

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Georgia Capital’s (GCAP’s) NAV per share in Georgian lari total return (TR) terms remained broadly stable in Q222 (a 0.2% increase) after absorbing the impact from lower public market multiples and higher discount rates in Q122 (when NAV per share declined by 16.5% in TR terms). Having said that, the continued appreciation of the Georgian lari against sterling (driven by the strong local economy) resulted in a solid 14.4% NAV TR in sterling terms in Q222 (-2.1% in H122). We also note that the share price of Bank of Georgia recouped some of the Q122 losses in Q222 and rose further by 61% after end-June 2022 (well above 2021 levels), which brought GCAP’s ‘live’ NAV estimate to £17.41 at 24 August. This now implies a 61% discount to NAV, well ahead of other listed private equity companies.

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