Here are some India dedicated fund managers to watch, for your early age startup
The Fund manager manages the portfolio of mutual fund schemes. Early-stage startups deal activity in India has seen a lot of momentum over the past few years, while there are some India dedicated fund managers, who like to invest in early-stage startups.
A debt fund manager invests in bonds & debentures, while an equity fund manager will buy stocks. A fund manager is an expert in the field of finance, with years of experience in the stock & capital markets fund managers come into play. They observe the market, macro & micro economic trends in order to make informed investment decisions & generate returns for the investors. While evaluating the fund manager one should consider all the aspects as selection of fund managers is critical and performance of your funds.
Below mentioned are some India dedicated fund managers to watch for your startup.
Capital 4 Development Partners is an impact fund manager incorporated under the laws of Netherlands in 2012 & intends to reach out to potential investors in India by mid-2022. C4D Partners believes that fair economic development contributes to economic inclusion and the improvement of people’s perspectives in underserved communities. With their investments, they aim for risk-adjusted market rate financial returns together with social returns for underserved communities. C4D Partners is looking to make investments into early & growth-stage companies that are operating across sectors including agriculture and allied activities, food processing, retail and consumer goods, clean energy, healthcare, skilling and education, water and sanitation, financial inclusion, and others in India.
Omnivore firm is based in India, which funds entrepreneurs building the future of agriculture and food systems. Omnivore pioneered agritech investing in India, backing over 20 startups since 2011. Every day, Omnivore portfolio companies drive agricultural prosperity and transform food systems across India, making farming more profitable, resilient, and sustainable.
Aavishkaar Capital pioneered the venture capital approach of investing in early-growth stage enterprises in India in 2001, with a focus on geographies and sectors that were often overlooked and challenging. Aavishkaar Capital has gone on to close 6 funds since then, with close to half a billion dollars in AUM today.
Ankur Capital is an India focused micro-fund that incubates and invests in start-up businesses that impact low-income communities. Focuses on models that can provide radical improvements in livelihoods as well as ones that impact health and education in these communities. Partnered with young companies providing intensive hands on support as well as seed capital. They look to build organizations that can grow and sustainably create impact & are a new fund with an innovative approach to very early stage investing.