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Platinum Whisky Investment Fund CEO Rickesh Kishnani explains the whisky shortage ahead of St. Patrick's Day.


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homework---There is one typical party goals may want to seek twice on before overall delgin, that is old age single malt. And that had been bad news for drinker and investors. R. launches the world's first Whiskey investment fund, he joins me from Hong Kong. I'm wandering if that's good for investment. How is it? That there is another action in this market to recreate an actual fund rounded work through the fundamentals. Sure we are basically thanks having we...The fundamentals of the fund are very simple supply economic, so what's really about single malt Whiskey in particular is obviously to make aged Whiskey in 19 year Whiskey or 25 year Whiskey takes that amount of time in the casket in Scotland or in Japan or where the Whiskeys being made. So that's the time lag that it takes just simply nothing you can do to speed that up. That's really created the shortages back in the 1990s and 1980s. They simply didn't put enough single malt Whiskey aside for long time aging to meet the demand that we have  in the world today. So about 18 months ago, we created a small private acrate fund, it's a ten million US dollar fund which have been raising capital for and deploying of last 13 months and performing very well. So what's interesting about single malt Whiskey is there is no correlation between these other ...classes. I see.. indeed, and one you could sort of enjoy your passion too I suppose. You know it sounds there is rare intigers which I think a lot of us understand that. But are we seeing Whiskey in general becoming very popular? Why is it that people are turning to this even as investment. Well In mean definitely we are seeing growth across the world so if you are looking in the UK market for example, you look back at rare in collectable single malt Whiskey in the auction market, the value of that market was about 1.2 million pounds back in 2010. Just last year in 2014, that's going to 9.5 million pounds. So it's almost ten times increase there. In the US, according to Euro monitor international the total value of the luxury spirits market and back in 2010 was about 2.5 billion pounds. And that is expected to go to about 5 billion pounds by 2020. Here in Asia, we are seeing growth really in several different section, so you have your developed countries with Japan and Taiwan and ...really leading the way, you have developing country so Hong Kong, Singapore citizen in Shanghai and New deli really coming on line with single malt Whiskey and really the rest of Asias is just getting started. So you know I think it's just the time for single malt Whiskey, we believe there is a gap at least for the next five to probably at least ten years, there will be a shortage already a shortage of old single malt Whiskey and that's just going to continue and there is nothing that can be done about that in the short term.
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[Homework]2016-03-23&03-25 单麦芽威士忌短缺?价格将飞涨!

There is one * party goers may want to think twice on before over indulging and this is old age single malt, supplies are starting to run low and that has been bad news for both drinkers and investors. Rickesh Kishnani launched the world's first whisky investment fund, he joins me now from Hong Kong, I'm actually wondering if that's good for investment, how is it that there is enough action in this market to create an actual fund, walk us through the fundamentals.
Sure, basically thanks for having me, Maggie, the fundamentals of the fund are very simple, supply and demand economics, so what's rare about single malt whisky in particular is obviously to make an aged whisky, an 18-year-old whisky or 25-year-old whisky take that amount of time in the cast in Scotland or in Japan or wherever the whisky is being made, so that's the time lag that it takes, there is just simply nothing you can do to speed that up, that's really what created the shortages back in the 1980s and 1990s, they simply didn't put enough single malt whisky aside for long term aging to meet the demand that we have in the world today, so about 18 months ago, we created a small private equity fund, it's a $10 million fund which we've been raising capital for and deploy over the last 18 months, it's performing very well, so what's interesting about single malt whisky is there is no correlation between this and other asset classes.
Yeah, a safe heaven indeed, one that you can sort of enjoy your passion too I suppose, it sounds like there is rare vintages which I think a lot of us understand that, but are we seeing whisky in general becoming more popular? why is it that people are turning to this even as investment?
Well, definitely we are seeing growth across the world, so if you look at the UK market for example, you look back at rare and collectable single malt whiskies in the auction market, you know the value of that market was about 1.2 million pounds back in 2010, and just last year in 2015, that's grown to 9.5 million pounds, so almost a ten time increase there. In the US according to Euro monitor international, the total value of the luxury spirits market back in 2010 was about 2.5 billion pounds, and that's expected to grow about 5 billion pounds by 2020. Here in Asia we're seeing growth really in several different sections, so you have your developed countries with Japan and Taiwan and Korea really leading the way, you have developing countries Hong Kong, Singapore, cities in Shanghai and New Delhi really coming on line with single malt whisky, and really the rest of Asia is just getting started, so I think it's just the time for single malt whisky, we believe there is a gap at least for the next five to probably at least ten years where there will be a shortage, there already is a shortage of old and rare single malt whisky and that's just going to continue, there is nothing that can be done about that in the short term.
                                                   
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This is one tip party goers may want to think twice on before over indulging, and that is old age single malt. Supplies are starting to run low, and that has been bad news for both drinkers and investors. Rickesh Kishnani launched the world’s first whisky investment fund. He joins me now from Hong Kong. I’m actually wondering if that’s good for investment. How is it that there is no other action in this market to create an actual fund around? Walk us through the fundamentals.

Sure, well, basically thanks for having me, Maggie. The fundamentals of the fund are very simple -- supply and demand, economics. So what’s rare about single malt whisky in particular is obviously to make an aged whisky, an 18-year-old whisky or 25-year-old whisky, takes that amount of time in the cast in, you know, in Scotland or in Japan or wherever the whisky is being made. So that’s the time lag that it takes, and there is simply nothing you can do to speed that up. And that’s really what created the shortages back in the 1980s and 1990s. They simply didn’t put enough single malt whisky aside for long term aging to meet the demand that we have in the world today. So about 18 months ago, we created a small private equity fund. It’s a $10 million fund which we’ve been raising capital for and deploying over the last 18 months, and it’s performing very well. So what is interesting about single malt whisky is there is no correlation between this and other asset classes.

Yeah, a safe haven indeed, one that you can sort of enjoy your passion too, I suppose. You know, so it sounds like there is rare vintage which I think a lot of us understand that. But are we seeing whisky in general becoming more popular? Why is it that people are turning to this even as investment?

Well, I mean definitely we are seeing growth across the world, so you know, if you look at the UK market for example, you look back at rare and collectable single malt whiskies in the auction market. You know the value of that market was about 1.2 million pounds back in 2010. And just last year in 2015, that’s grown to 9.5 million pounds, so almost a ten-time-increase there. In the U.S., according to Euro Monitor International, the total value of the luxury spirits market back in 2010 was about 2.5 billion pounds, and that’s expected to grow about 5 billion pounds by 2020. Here in Asia, we are seeing growth really in several different sections. So you have your developed countries with Japan and Taiwan and Korea really leading the way. You have developing countries, so Hong Kong, Singapore, cities in Shanghai and New Delhi, really coming on line with single malt whisky. And really the rest of Asia is just getting started. So you know, I think it’s just the time for single malt whisky. We believe there is a gap at least for the next five to probably at least ten years where there will be a shortage. There already is a shortage of old and rare single malt whisky. And that’s just going to continue. There is nothing that can be done about that in the short term.
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there is one tip party goers may want to think twice on before over indulging and
that is old age single malt, suppliers are starting to run low and that has been
bad news for both drinkers and investors, Rickesh Kishnani launched the world's
first whisky investment fund, he join me now from Hongkong.

I am actually wondering if that's good for investment, how is it that there is
another action in this market to create actual fund around, what kind of the
fundmental.

sure, where the basically thank for having me, Maggie, the fundmentals of the fund
are very simple, supply and demand economic, so what's rare about single malt whisky,
in particular is obviously to make an aged whisky, an 18-year-old whisky or a 25-year-old
whisky take that amount of time in the cast in scottland or in Japan or whereever the
whisky is being made, so that's the time lag that it takes. it's simply nothing you can
do to speed that up, that's really what created the shortage back to 1980s and 1990s,
they simply didn't put enough single malt whisky aside from long term aging to meet
the demand we have pave?? in the world today, so about 18 months ago, we create a small
private equity fund, it's a 10 millons US dollars fund, which we've been raising capital
for and deploying over the last 18 months, it's performing very well, so what's
interesting about single malt whisky is there is no correlation between this and other
asset classes.

Yeah, a safe heaven indeed, once you could sort of enjoying your passion too, I suppose,
you know, it sound there is rare vintages which i think a lot of us understand that, but
are we seeig whisky in general becoming more popular, why is it that people are turning
into this even as an investment.

well, I mean definitely we are seeing growth across the world, so if you look at the UK
market for example, you look back at rare and collactable single malt whiskies in the
action market, you know the value of that market was about 1.2 millon pound back into
2010, just last year in 2015, that's grown to 9.5 millon pound, so it's almost ten times
increase there. In the US, according to Europe monitor international, the total value of
the luxury spirits market back in 2010, was about 2.5 billion pounds, that's expected to
go up 5 billion pounds by 2020, here in asia, we are seeing growth really in several
different section, so you have developed countries with Japan and Taiwan and Korea really
leading the way, you have developing country so Hongkong, singapore cities in Shanghai
and new deli really coming online with single malt whisky, and really the rest of asia
is just getting started, so I think it's just the time for the single malt whisky, we
believe there is a gap at least for the next five to properly at lease ten years where
there will be a shortage, there already is a shortage of old and rare single malt whisky
and that is just going to continue, there is nothing that can be done for that in the
short term
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