Rurash Financials is keen to broaden the investment avenues for you. Alternate Investment Funds are the ideal diversification products for high net worth individuals, institutional and corporate customers.
We welcome you to take this insightful experience of alternative investment funds. Our carefully picked options in multiple asset classes offers an extensive range of products such as Private Equity, Residential & Commercial Real Estate services, Real Estate Funds, Hedge Funds etc, that open a new world of high yield investments for those who are keen on wealth creation for legacy building.
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Portfolio Management Service is a professionally managed service in which certified and experienced portfolio managers on behalf of the investor manage the stock portfolio of the customer which could be a discretionary PMS or Non-discretionary PMS service.
The portfolio manager is supported by his in-house research team which carries out in-depth research on each industry, sector, and company as well as closely monitoring macro & micro economic outlook & global events which helps in the selection of stocks. They provide regular updates and performance reports to their clients and aim to achieve superior returns on their client’s investments while managing risk effectively.
Category I: Funds that mostly invest in start-ups or early stage ventures, social ventures, SMEs, infrastructure or other sectors that are considered socially or economically viable.
Category II: Funds that invest in Private Equity (PE) funds typically with an investment horizon of 4 to 7 years or Debt funds of both listed and unlisted companies or Fund of funds i.e. a combination of various AIFs.
Category III: Funds which aim at short term capital appreciation fall under this category. This includes Hedge Funds and Private Investment in Public Equity Funds (PIPE). Hedge funds are popular amongst high net worth individuals because they are aggressively managed and invests in both domestic as well as international markets to generate high returns.
Category I and II AIF are close-ended funds with a minimum tenure of three years and Category III is open-ended fund.
Each AIF scheme cap on the number of investors each scheme can have. Most schemes cannot have more than 1000 investors.
For Category I and II, an AIF sponsor must contribute at least 2.5% of the fund corpus or Rs. 5 crore (whichever is lower) towards initial capital investment. In the case of Category III, the contribution increases to 5% of the corpus or Rs. 10 crore.
The AIF experts in our team will make your investment decisions easy. We will bring to you the opportunities to explore, assess and invest across multiple asset classes in your choice of domain.
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It offers unique asset allocation and diversification of portfolio. The number of asset classes available for investment is more than most of the other investment vehicles, and their performance is uncorrelated to the stock market. Thus, there is more flexibility for fund managers while building a portfolio.
The investments undertaken in an AIF are unrelated or less related to the stock market. Thus, their returns do not fluctuate owing to the ups and downs in the broader market. Furthermore, as AIFs do not allocate funds to investments that trade publicly, unit-holders do not have to tolerate share price fluctuations. So, if you are looking to stabilize your portfolio, AIFs are one of the best investment opportunities
As AIFs tap into a broader investment universe, they can offer high returns. Due to their investment strategy, these funds are a better source of passive income compared to many traditional instruments like debentures or bonds. Furthermore, due to minimal dependency on the stock market, the chances of return fluctuations are also less.
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One of the key advantages of AIFs in India is their potential for high yields, with returns ranging from 12% to 18% per annum, as reported by Rurash Financials. This makes AIFs an attractive option for investors who are looking to diversify their portfolios and generate above-average returns.
In recent years, AIFs have become more accessible to retail investors, with the SEBI introducing a framework for ‘small’ AIFs with a minimum investment of INR 1 crore in 2019. Additionally, AIFs have been an attractive option for foreign investors looking to invest in the Indian market, with around 60% of the AUM in AIFs managed by foreign investment managers.
According to a recent report, the Indian AIF industry has seen remarkable growth over the last decade, with the assets under management (AUM) growing from INR 10,000 crores in 2012 to INR 1.4 lakh crore in September 2021. Besides, this trend is expected to continue, with the AIFs industry in India projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18.5% from 2020 to 2025.
This growth is attributed to the advantages of AIFs, which includes:
AIFs are subject to fewer regulatory restrictions compared to traditional investment vehicles, which gives fund managers more leeway to pursue potentially profitable opportunities. As AIFs are not constrained by the limitations of publicly traded securities, they offer the potential for higher returns, making them an attractive investment avenue for investors looking to diversify their portfolios. Furthermore, AIFs are required to disclose their investment strategy, fees, and other relevant information to investors, ensuring that investors have complete information about their investments.