Quite similar to a mutual fund, a private equity fund is a pooled investment vehicle where the adviser pools together the money invested in the fund by all the investors and uses that money to make investments on behalf of the fund. This fund is particularly for long term goals as it focuses on long-term investment opportunities in assets that take time to sell with an investment time horizon typically of 10 or more years. One key feature of private equity funds is that the money which is pooled in for the purpose of fund investment is not traded in the stock market and is not open to every individual for subscription. Our team of professionals will help in raising and managing the funds, wherein the fund will be utilised for raising new capital, future acquisitions, funding startups or new technology, investing in other private companies or making the existing fund stronger. Private equity fund brings an excellent opportunity for a high rate of return.
Venture Capital: Fund which invests in small young companies and start-ups who have limited or no access to the outside financial markets. These start-ups are usually in their initial stage of formation but have a high growth potential in the near future.
Buyout or Leveraged Buyout: Fund which invests in a larger business along with additional leverage (usually in a form of stake holding), which is placed on the organization to generate favourable and sizeable returns. A leveraged buyout takes place when a company borrows a large amount of money in the form of loans and bonds to facilitate its acquisition of another company.
Real Estate: Funds which invest capital in ownership of various real estate properties. Investments could be made in low-risk and low-return strategies with predictable cash flows or in core properties that require some form of value added element or may also involve purchasing of property to improve and sell at a gain.
Growth Capital: Funds which invest in mature corporate with a successful business model to enable them to expand or restructure their operations, enter new markets, or finance a major acquisition.