This is the first fund for a platform that aims at raising $1 billion from international investors over next 12 months, Edelweiss said on November 12.
Slashing corporate tax, infusing INR 10,000 crore by the government, and repo rate reduction of 135 bps by RBI are real boosters for the sector
The government has rolled up its sleeves and decided fund a revival scheme for the real estate sector
Commission cuts are being planned for PMS and alternative investment funds AIFs, services by which brokers manage diversification of investor funds similar to the ‘trail commission model’ implemented by the MF industry
Tax arbitrage siphons away 1.6-2.4 per cent of the returns in debt AIF compared to mutual funds
To advance the ease of doing business in India, it was announced that there will be further liberalisation to the Foreign Direct Investment policy and abolishment of the FIPB.
With the economy looking for strong investment led thrust in the forthcoming budget, one cannot ignore the importance of Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) in the Indian economy.
AIFs are a class of pooled-in vehicles for investing in real estate, private equity and hedge funds and 268 such funds are registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) since 2012.
These Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) have been registered with Sebi since August 2012.
Year-on-year, the AIF investment has more than doubled from Rs 11,254.71 crore at the end of September last year.
According to a report by FICCI-Centrum, in the next couple of years, infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) are slated to pick up and have the potential of unlocking USD 5-7 billion from assets, primarily in R
Alternative Investment Funds are a class of pooled-in vehicles for investing in real estate, private equity and hedge funds; 235 such funds are registered with Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) since 2012.
Markets regulator Sebi today allowed foreign portfolio investors to invest in newly launched products -- REITs, InvITs and AIFs -- and also permitted them to acquire corporate bonds under default.
The initiative also comes at a time when efforts are being made at various levels, including by the government and the regulator, to attract more investors into the capital market.
Investing in a property is a preferred investment option for many Indians. Private equity funds on alternative investment funds platform can offer some attractive investment options.
Proposal of India Advantage Fund, an AIF managed by ICICI Venture Fund, entails an investment worth Rs 2,950 crore, said Finance Ministry sources.
The Sebi chief said that in the next six months of this fiscal a number of start-ups would take advantage of these norms to get listed on bourses in a hassle-free way.
Ambit Alpha Fund (AAF), an alternate investment fund (AIF), on Wednesday said it has crossed the milestone of Rs 500 crore of assets under management in July, just two years after inception.
To attract greater foreign capital inflows through Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs), the government is considering changes to the foreign exchange regulations to make such investments a seamless affair.
According to Dun & Bradstreet, the partial unclogging of domestic policy logjam, focus on public investments in infrastructure, fall in food inflation and lower fuel prices along with improving income growth is likely strengthen aggregate demand.
The 2015-16 budget presented today, is very progressive budget, which has measures on one hand to propel India to a new trajectory of growth, and on the other, seeks to provide support to the weaker sections of society.
AIFs are basically funds established or incorporated in India for the purpose of pooling in capital from Indian investors for investing as per a pre-decided policy.
Diversified financial company India Infoline on Tuesday said it has received commitments of Rs 628 crore for an alternate investment fund (AIF).
Two more entities have received market regulator Sebi's approval to set-up Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs), a newly created class of pooled-in investment vehicles for real estate, private equity and hedge funds.
As many as 20 entities have sought Sebi's approval to set up Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs), a newly created class of pooled-in investment vehicles for real estate, private equity and hedge funds.