AIFs & Structured Products

Our Alternate Investment Funds (AlFs) and other structure products are specifically designed for medium to high risk taking investors with commensurate returns.
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Our AIFs services include

We offer a variety of alternate investment funds backed by our experienced product & research team


Private Equity

We offer comprehensive private equity services that help businesses achieve their growth objectives. We are committed to creating value for our clients and helping them achieve their goals.


Hedge Funds

Our hedge fund services can help you achieve your financial goals while preserving your capital. We have a team of experienced professionals who can help you choose the right hedge fund strategy for your needs.


Fixed Income

Our company offers a service for fixed income that allows our clients to have a stable and secure investment. We have multiple options available to our clients, including different types of bonds, treasury bills, and money market accounts.


Real Estate

With our years of experience in the industry, we can help you find and purchase the perfect property for your needs. We'll work with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth transaction, and we'll be there to support you long after the purchase is complete.



Investments in commodities, and collectibles such as art works, vineyards, angel funds, etc, are a few of our other AIF options available for our clients.

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Frequently asked questions

What are AIFs (Alternative Investment Funds)?
Alternative investment funds are a type of investment that is not as commonly known as stocks or bonds. These funds can include a variety of different types of investments, such as hedge funds, venture capital funds, and private equity funds. They can be a good option for investors who want to spread their money around and invest in a variety of different assets.
What are the different categories of AIF?

AIF Categories

Category I

These are the AIFs that are less regulated and have a higher risk profile.


  • Venture capital funds (Including Angel Funds)
  • SME Funds
  • Social Venture Funds
  • Infrastructure funds

Category II

These are the AIFs that are moderately regulated and have a medium risk profile.


  • Private Equity
  • Funds for distressed assets
  • Real Estate

Category III

These are the AIFs that are more regulated and have a lower risk profile.


  • Hedge funds
  • PIPE funds
Who should invest in AIFs?
AIFs are usually for HNIs & UHIs. Alternative investment funds are a type of investment fund that is designed to provide investors with exposure to a variety of alternative investments. These funds can be a great option for investors who are looking for a diversified portfolio that includes hedge funds, private equity, and real estate. However, it is important to note that these funds can be quite risky, so it is important to do your research before investing.
Does AIFs come with any lock-in period?
Since AIFs are more suited for long term investments, the minimum lock-in period is for three years.
What is the difference between alternative investment funds and mutual funds?
In India, an alternative investment fund (AIF) is a pool of funds that collects money from wealthy investors to invest in non-traditional assets such as hedge funds, private equity, real estate, and venture capital. A mutual fund is an investment vehicle that pools money from small investors and invests in a basket of stocks, bonds, or other securities. Both AIFs and mutual funds are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

Differences between AIFs and mutual funds:
-AIFs can invest in a wider range of assets than mutual funds
-AIFs are typically only available to wealthy investors, while mutual funds are available to all investors
-AIFs are not required to disclose their portfolios publicly, while mutual fund portfolios are publicly available
-AIF investments are not governed by SEBI, while mutual fund investments are under the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
-AIFs typically have higher fees than mutual funds
What are the benefits of investing in alternative investment funds?
Investing in alternative investment funds can offer a number of benefits, such as access to a diversified range of assets, higher potential returns, and lower volatility.

Access to a diversified range of assets: By investing in an alternative investment fund, you can gain exposure to a wide range of assets, including private equity, real estate, hedge funds, and infrastructure. This diversification can help to reduce risk and improve returns.

Higher potential returns: Alternative investments have the potential to generate higher returns than traditional asset classes such as stocks and bonds.
What are the risks associated with alternative investment funds?
Alternative investment funds in India are subject to the same risks as any other type of investment. Some of these risks include market risk, credit risk, and liquidity risk.

Additionally, alternative investment funds may be less regulated than traditional investment vehicles, which could expose investors to increased levels of risk. In order to mitigate these risks, it is important for investors to conduct due diligence on any alternative investment fund before investing. Additionally, diversifying one's portfolio across a number of different asset types can help to reduce overall risk.
How to choose the right AIF for yourself?
With the number of alternative investment funds (AIFs) in India increasing exponentially, it has become quite difficult for investors to choose the right fund. However, by following a few simple tips, it is possible to select an AIF that suits your investment goals and risk appetite.

First and foremost, you should have a clear idea of what you want to achieve from your investment. Are you looking for capital appreciation or income generation? Once you have clarity on your goals, you can narrow down your search to AIFs that align with your objectives.

Next, you need to assess your risk tolerance levels. AIFs come with different levels of risk, so it is important to choose a fund that you are comfortable with. If you are willing to take on more risk for the potential of higher returns, then a growth-oriented AIF may be suitable for you. On the other hand, if you prefer stability and modest returns, then a conservative AIF may be a better option.

Finally, make sure to do your due diligence before investing in any AIF. Review the fund's track record carefully and take into account factors such as the fund's strategy, management team, and performance history. By taking the time to research various AIFs, you can increase your chances of choosing a winning investment.
What are the tax implications associated with AIFs?
The taxation rules for AIF are a little bit tricky and you need to be aware of them properly when investing in these funds. The tax implications change depending on which type or category your investment falls into, but there are also other aspects that vary between the different types too!

To learn more about the tax implications on your AIFs' earnings please get in touch with us.

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