Alternative Investment Funds And The Progress Made In Last Five Years: Care Ratings Report
Indian two thousand and five hundred rupee banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Mumbai, India. (Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

Alternative Investment Funds And The Progress Made In Last Five Years: Care Ratings Report


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Alternative investment funds have become progressively important in India in terms of providing finance to enterprise which has worked to create value.

The growth pattern of AIFs hence becomes important as it adds another dimension to the funding patterns of new enterprises in niche segments.

AIFs are privately pooled investment vehicles which collect funds from sophisticated investors, whether Indian or foreign, for investing it in accordance with a defined investment policy for the benefit of its investors.

No scheme of an AIF (other than angel fund) can have more than 1000 investors. In case of an angel fund, no scheme shall have more than forty-nine angel investors.

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