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  • Notes to the financial statements for the year ended 30 September 2014

Aberdeen Thailand Equity Fund 30 September 2014

SGD S$

THB S$

GBP S$

Assets Portfolio of investments Sales awaiting settlement Receivables Cash and bank balances Total Assets

3,020,716 1,239,844 4,260,560

201,461,580 145,646 157,869 201,765,095

4,087,807 4,087,807

Liabilities Payables Total Liabilities

1,413,781 1,413,781

10,827 10,827

1,424,608 1,424,608

Net currency exposure

2,846,779

201,765,095

4,087,807

1,960

208,701,641

205,549,387

145,646

6,558

3,027,274

6,229

1,403,942

12,787

210,126,249

USD

Total

S$

S$

Portfolio of investments

207,025,191

3,737,317

210,762,508

Receivables

1,578,786

3,638

1,582,424

Cash and bank balances

1,405,854

385

131,433

1,537,672

Total Assets

2,984,640

207,025,576

3,737,317

135,071

213,882,604

Liabilities Payables Total Liabilities

1,003,296 1,003,296

22,024 22,024

1,025,320 1,025,320

Net currency exposure

1,981,344

207,025,576

3,737,317

113,047

212,857,284

30 September 2013

Assets

SGD

THB

GBP

USD

Total

S$

S$

S$

S$

S$

Equity/mutual fund investments are non‑monetary financial assets and are exposed to both currency risk and price risk. As these financial assets are non‑monetary, no separate sensitivity analysis has been performed to analyse currency risk. The impact of currency risk arising from these financial assets on the sub‑funds’ net asset value has been included in the above price risk sensitivity analysis.

The sub‑funds’ monetary assets/liabilities are measured for their sensitivity to exchange rate movements based on the balance of the monetary assets/liabilities, forecasted exchange rate movements and the net asset value of the sub‑fund.

As at 30 September 2014 and 2013, with respect to the monetary assets and monetary liabilities of the sub‑fund, had the Singapore Dollar increased/decreased by 10% (2013: 10%) against US Dollar, Euro, Pound, Japanese Yen, Taiwan Dollar, Korea Won, Indonesia Rupiah, Malaysia Ringgit, Australian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar respectively, with all other variables remaining constant, the increase or decrease in net assets attributable to unitholders would not be significant.

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