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|Fund Structure||Category II AIF|
|Tenure||7 years from the Initial Close (extendable by 1+1 year with requisite approvals)|
|Target Corpus||INR 5 bn with a green-shoe option of INR 3 bn|
|Investment Strategy||Primarily private companies in the consumer, financials, technology and enterprise services
|Set up Fees (One Time)||1% of Capital Commitment (raised through placement agents)|
|Operating Expenses||On actuals; estimated to be 0.75% p.a. during the Fund Tenure|
|Sponsor Commitment|| Up to INR 200 mn
|Minimum Commitment||Minimum subscription of INR 10 mn|
|Drawdown||Over 2–3 years|
Investment Strategy – The Core Elements
Status – Unlisted
6,000+ privately owned scaled assets compared with 1,500 publicly listed companies
Stake – Minority, small stakes with ease of liquidity
With an option to build up in later rounds
Stage – Growing Stars
Series B/C – high growth companies. Glowing Stars (Series D+ – established companies)
Consumer, Financials, Technology, Enterprise/Others
Targets that have a dominant industry sway and are profitable atleast at CM3 level
Portfolio Construction by Stage – Indicative
Growing Stars – 50-75% of AUM
Primary or primary/secondary combination stakes in high growth stage companies
- Series B/C
- Lesser mortality risk
- Growth to drive returns
- Exit via secondaries
Glowing Stars – 25-50% of AUM
Secondary or opportunistic stakes in established companies at undemanding valuations
- Series D onwards
- Ability to command a premium in capital markets
- Ease of liquidity via IPO or secondaries
Themes – High Conviction Calls
- India poised to become 3rd largest consumer market globally by 2025 – domestic consumption drives 62% of GDP
- India’s per capita GDP crossed US$ 2,000 in 2019 – the tip off point when spending on discretionary items accelerates
- Massive thrust on digital transformation by enterprises – resultant growth in data services including analytics and data engineering
- Cloud migration services as an industry is projected to grow at 25- 30% p.a.
- India becomes world’s most populous nation – 60+ age bracket to increase in growth rate
- Technology will lead the transformation. Health tech market to grow at a ~40% CAGR to reach US$ 50 bn by 2033
- Vastly underserved market – India’s private debt to GDP at ~55% remains 1/3rd of the global average. Significant gaps exist in both retail and wholesale lending
- Yet, credit is the backbone for economic growth – multiplier on nominal GDP of ~1.5x
- India has emerged as a global leader in SaaS, behind only the US
- Indian SaaS companies are expected to grow at 20-25% CAGR during 2022-27 with near doubling of their global market share
- Indian B2B, a US$ 2 tn opportunity, is one of the largest and fastest growing B2B markets globally
- Domestic PLI schemes, global supply chain realigning to China+1 will be significant growth drivers
Stage – Why prefer Series B/C?
- Higher risk adjusted growth – Series B/C companies demonstrate more sustainable PMFs, with lower mortality risk even while offering higher growth
- Sizeable TAM – annual deal value for this stage is similar to that for late stage (Series D+), thus enabling sizeable liquidity for entry and exit options
About The Fund Manager
Vivek Singla:Managing Partner & CIO
Vivek brings more than 18 years of investment experience. He was previously Principal – Avendus Future Leaders Fund, instrumental in building the fund since its beginning as well as consummating multiple investments and exits. Vivek has a PGDM from IIM Lucknow, a B.Tech & an M.Tech from IIT Delhi and is a CFA Charter holder.
Why are they also convinced about Late Stage?
- Limited deal activity in late stage startups. 100mn+ mega-rounds dropped by half in volume
- Mainly as most leaders are sitting on significant cash balance – runway for 2-3 years and don’t want to dilute at levels below par
Lack of Exits
- IPOs for PE/VC backed companies get pushed out – exit via public markets dropped ~80% YoY in value and ~60% in volume
- Secondary exits recorded drop 67% YoY drop in value and 45% in volume as buyers and sellers waited it out
- Cap tables would come under pressure – Investors and shareholders would need liquidity
- In time, opportunistic trades will increase and drive deal activity
- Underlying business growth will continue. However, valuations are likely to be flat or trend downwards – implying correction in valuation multiples
- In addition, growth at all costs leading way to profit after all costs – better companies at reasonable prices
Disclaimer: Investing Involves Risk. This document is for information purposes only and should not be viewed as a legal offering document or solicitation. Offers to invest in this fund are made only by the Discretionary Portfolio Management Services Agreement. Past performance does not guarantee future results and there is no assurance that the managed accounts will necessarily achieve their objectives. We do not guarantee any returns in the hand of investors not we take any sort of accountability for the performance of the scheme. The above-mentioned data is collected from the respected Fund house please verify the same at SEBI website.