Governed by SEBI these funds are applied for and catered to by expert managers. These only welcome a certain number of investors with similar risk appetite and financial objectives.
Alternative Investment Fund is a relatively new mode of investment that is restricted by regulation and invitation to only a certain number of investors. These investors are generally high net worth individuals with high reward and risk objectives. Investments are of varying time frames with investments in start-ups, infrastructure projects, social projects etc. giving you a unique opportunity to become angel investors, venture capitalists etc.
An opportunity for high growth and to be part of a group with high growth objectives and ideas.
Individual clients are given tailor-made advice on the particular aspect of our service they require. For most such clients we are also the one-stop-shop for all matters of finance.
All businesses are run by a family with decision-making centralized or with different individuals. We bring coherence to financial goals by consulting all stakeholders and bringing them together on a single vision of growth and prosperity.
All kinds of businesses fall within our financial scope. We help them with all matters of finance as a part of their business ecosystem, this helps the proprietors to focus on core business decisions.
The industry is complex, the expertise that we harbor comes with the constant scrutiny of market scenarios in real-time. We worry about your finances so that you don’t have to.
Our loyal customer base which has been constantly growing over the years is a testament to our transparent approach towards our client’s finances.
It is through regular monitoring that we are able to give time-bound realistic returns on your investments. There is no substitute for hard work.
Our growth within this time span has a lot to do with modern techniques of analyzing data and using it to predict scenarios that plain information fails to predict.
Hedge Fund, Private Capital, Natural Resource, and Real Estate and Infrastructure.
The main differences are Pooling of funds, Number of investors, Mandated minimum investment amount, Lock-In period, Type, Tenure, and Taxation.
Liquidity, Leveraged Portfolios, Valuation Risk, Market Risk, High Fees, and Lack of Regulation.
Minimum Investment, Minimum Corpus, Number of investors, and Types of investors these are the main differences.
Depends on your objectives and risk appetite.