Monarch AIF – MNCL Capital Compounder Fund
|Year of Inception||2020|
|Number of Stocks||20|
|Investment Horizon||3-5 Years|
|Fund Managers||Abhisar Jain|
About Fund Managers
Mr. Abhisar Jain, is the Head and Fund Manager of Monarch AIF. He has completed his B.Tech in Electronics Engineering from Y.M.C.A Institute of Engineering and MBA in Finance from SP Jain Centre of Global Management. Abhisar is also a CFA charter holder (US) and active member of CFA India society.
He has more than 13 years of experience in the equity markets with specialization in equity research and niche in identifying high quality businesses. He has previously worked with Centrum Broking Limited as a lead analyst for Metals & allied sectors on the institutional equity business and was associated with it between 2011 and 2019. He earned several accolades in his stint at Centrum including Best analyst awards from renowned Reuters analyst awards for two consecutive years and Top 10 ranking from prestigious Asiamoney polls for Best analyst in small cap category. He also has the distinction of special recognition for best stock ideas received from multiple fund houses like HDFC MF (3 times selection for Best Stock ideas in 5 years), ICICI Pru MF (Special recognition by CIO) and Aditya Birla MF (2 best stock ideas selections). Abhisar has also worked at ICICI securities and TCS earlier in his career.
He is currently managing the maiden fund at Monarch AIF (AUM – Rs100cr+) and has been able to identify several multibaggers within the short term of the fund.
He is highly passionate about equities and draws his inspiration in fund management business from the wisdom of legendary investors like Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch and Joel Greenblatt.
Boutique fund with a solid investment strategy for savvy investors. Highly competitive and performance driven fee structure with skin in the game.
Focus on going long on listed companies having solid track record, high quality business with strong potential, clean management, clear visibility of growth over medium term and comfortable valuations. There would be special emphasis on returns generated by the company on its incremental capital employed (I-ROCE) in recent years and preference would be for companies which have higher I-ROCE vs their past ROCE. Strong focus would be on consistent CAGR in operating cash flows and cash flow yields while selecting stocks. The fund would follow multi-cap strategy with a bias towards midcap & smallcap stocks with a concentrated holding of investments.