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  • Franklin India Opportunities Fund FIOF As of June 30, 2011 PORTFOLIO Company Name No. of Market Value % of Company Name No. of Market Value % of INVESTMENT STYLE shares ` Lakhs Assets shares ` Lakhs Assets The fund manager seeks long term Auto Industrial Capital Goods capital appreciation by focusing on Hero Honda 43317 813.38 2.08 BHEL 20848 426.66 1.09 Mahindra & Mahindra 53065 372.14 0.95 Crompton Greaves 149735 388.11 0.99 companies that operate in the space Tata Motors 36289 360.53 0.92 Industrial Products where India has a strong competitive Bajaj Auto 20030 281.60 0.72 Sintex Industries 148566 268.38 0.69 advantage, companies that are globally Banks Cummins 29757 201.20 0.51 ICICI Bank * 348778 3812.49 9.76 Media & Entertainment competitive and those that are grossly HDFC Bank * 60580 1516.08 3.88 Zee Entertainment Enterprises 724051 978.55 2.50 undervalued or have high growth Axis Bank * 78210 1008.13 2.58 Dish TV India 703044 616.92 1.58 potential Bank of Baroda 72861 635.28 1.63 Minerals/Mining Kotak Mahindra Bank 111736 536.56 1.37 Coal India 81841 321.14 0.82 TYPE OF SCHEME / INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE Union Bank of India 121549 355.90 0.91 Non - Ferrous Metals Indus Ind Bank 118207 321.70 0.82 Hindalco 272170 492.63 1.26 An open-end diversified growth SBI 6397 153.91 0.39 Hindustan Zinc 103202 140.61 0.36 scheme, with an objective to generate Cement Petroleum Products Grasim 16181 338.75 0.87 Reliance Industries * 289985 2602.91 6.66 capital appreciation by capitalizing on Ambuja Cements 193907 258.09 0.66 Pharmaceuticals long - term growth opportunities in the Chemicals Cadila Healthcare 82778 760.98 1.95 Indian economy. Pidilite 313392 517.57 1.32 Dr. Reddys 39385 603.93 1.55 Godrej Industries 121904 251.55 0.64 Cipla 144960 478.88 1.23 DATE OF ALLOTMENT Construction Project Sun Pharmaceutical 65539 325.60 0.83 L&T * 72992 1330.39 3.40 Torrent Pharmaceuticals 21515 136.68 0.35 February 21, 2000 Consumer Durables Power Havells India Limited 4665 17.93 0.05 NTPC 302100 564.47 1.44 FUND MANAGER Consumer Non Durables Power Grid Corporation of India 478521 523.02 1.34 ITC * 904117 1830.38 4.68 National Hydroelectric Power 964955 231.59 0.59 Chakri Lokapriya & Anil Prabhudas Software Godrej Consumer Products 165905 713.81 1.83 United Spirits 56025 548.65 1.40 Infosys * 58031 1687.19 4.32 LATEST NAV Titan 221980 477.26 1.22 TCS * 114719 1354.09 3.47 Growth Plan ` 31.2132 Mcleod Russel India 147559 397.16 1.02 Wipro 115801 483.58 1.24 Asian Paints 5462 173.72 0.44 Telecom - Services Dividend Plan ` 14.0979 Bharti Airtel * 252210 996.86 2.55 Marico 24422 38.04 0.10 Tata Tea 14200 13.71 0.04 Idea Cellular 1201311 958.05 2.45 FUND SIZE Transportation Diversified ` 390.74 crores Hindustan Unilever 104367 357.72 0.92 GE Shipping 83879 241.07 0.62 Ferrous Metals Unlisted TURNOVER Tata Steel 140292 853.96 2.19 Collabera Solutions 2.05 0.01 Finance Quantum Information Services 1.86 0.00 Portfolio Turnover 265.72% HDFC * 214665 1510.92 3.87 Chennai Interactive Business Services 1.09 0.00 Gas Numero Uno 0.01 0.00 VOLATILITY MEASURES (3 YEARS) Petronet LNG 331466 449.63 1.15 Debt Holdings Rating Market Value % of Gujarat State Petronet 362200 322.18 0.82 (` in Lakhs) Assets Standard Deviation 8.18 Dr Reddys Laboratories LAA+ 10.82 0.03 GAIL 26082 115.09 0.29 R-squared 0.93 Hardware Total equity holdings 36973.14 94.62 Beta 0.83 Redington India 259413 223.87 0.57 Total debt holdings 10.82 0.03 Hotels Other current assets 2090.91 5.35 Sharpe Ratio* 0.04 Total assets 39074.87 100.00 Indian Hotels Company 357818 276.95 0.71 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be * Top 10 holdings 7.68% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate "during last 3 months") PORTFOLIO COMPOSITION AND PERFORMANCE Fund Strategy EXPENSE RATIO The equity exposure has increased to 94.62% from 90.83% over the month. The fund added stocks such NTPC Ltd., United Spirits 2.31% Ltd., Pidilite Industries Ltd., Wipro Ltd., Cipla Ltd. and Mcleod Russel India Ltd. to the portfolio and exited from stocks such as JSW Steel Ltd., and India Cements Ltd. The fund increased exposure in stocks such as., Tata Steel Ltd., and reduced exposure in stocks MINIMUM INVESTMENT/ such as Redington India Ltd., Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Dish TV India Ltd. MULTIPLES FOR NEW INVESTORS NAV Performance ` 5000/1 Last 6 Mths Last 1 Yr Last 3 Yrs* Last 5 Yrs* Since Inception* FIOF (G) -7.91% 5.08% 8.77% 11.07% 10.54% ADDITIONAL INVESTMENT/MULTIPLES FOR FIOF (D) -7.91% 5.08% 8.77% 11.03% 10.52% EXISTING INVESTORS BSE 200 # -8.65% 2.96% 12.08% 12.73% -3.28% ` 1000/1 SIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIOF... LOAD STRUCTURE `60,000 over a period of 1 year `180,000 over a period of 3 years `300,000 over a period of 5 years `420,000 over a period of 7 years `600,000 over a period of 10 years `680,000 since Inception Entry Load: Nil would have grown to would have grown to would have grown to would have grown to would have grown to would have grown to Exit Load: In respect of each purchase FIOF 58,695 223,225 361,637 656,984 1,732,638 2,091,323 of Units - 1% if the Units -4.03% 14.53% 7.42% 12.57% 20.13% 18.58% are redeemed/switched-out BSE 200# 58,402 231,088 387,527 684,298 1,378,222 1,534,566 -4.93% 16.97% 10.19% 13.72% 15.88% 13.61% within one year of allotment Past performance may or may not be sustained in future. *Compounded and annualised. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. The scheme was launched as an open end sector equity scheme and has been repositioned in its new form with effect from March 10, 2004. Load is not taken into consideration. #Index adjusted for the period February 21, 2000 to March 10, 2004 with the performance of ET Mindex. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month have been considered. Sector Allocation - Total Assets `10000 invested at Inception in FIOF & BSE 200# ` 31,213 ` 6,849 ____ FIOF ____ BSE 200#www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 13