Nippon Life Insurance Company is the promoter of NAM India, owning 74.95 percent of the company's total issued and paid-up equity share capital.
NAM India's equity shares are traded on the BSE Limited and the National Stock Exchange of India Limited.
Nippon Life Insurance Company ("NLI") is Japan's leading private life insurer, offering a diverse range of financial products, including individual and group life and annuity policies, through a variety of distribution channels, with traditional insurance products primarily sold through face-to-face sales channels.
Its primary markets are Japan, North America, and Europe.and Asia, with the company's headquarters in Osaka, Japan. NLI handles assets in Asia through its subsidiary Nissay Asset Management Corporation ("Nissay"), which also manages assets abroad.NAM India is India's largest asset manager, with a client base of over 5 million investors across businesses such as mutual funds, ETFs, portfolio management services, pension funds, alternative investments, offshore strategies, and international advisory services to clients worldwide in asset classes such as debt, equity, and real estate.NAM India has the most extensive reach, with over 42,500 third-party distributors, over 160 customer touch-points, and one of India's largest and most experienced investing teams across Equities, Fixed Income, Quant, and Alternative Investments.
|Year of Inception||Jul – 2018|
|Number of Stocks||15-25|
|Investment Horizon||Long Term|
About Fund Manager
Varun Goel works as a fund Fund manager at Nippon India and he manages Equity PMS and Equity AIF.` He is MBA in Finance and Marketing from IIM, Lucknow. He has worked with portfolio management team. He has worked with the Kotak Portfolio Management Team and was a member of the steal side judges platoon, which laboriously tracked about 60 BSE 500 Universe businesses. During this section, he conducted an in-depth research of over 100 organisations across industries by commerce with the top operation and dissected corporate financials, including balance distance, profit and loss, and cash inflow statements. Achieved a success/strike rate of 80 percent of suggestions worked, allowing the fund director to exceed the benchmark over three, six, and twelve months. As a Fund Manager, he administers Equity PMS and Equity AIF products for Nippon India.
Category III, closed ended long-only AIF
- Nippon India the next billion fund invests in stocks that have a high degree of confidence.
- Early detection of an investment concept has the advantage of a higher potential for outsized returns.
- Nippon India – The Next Billion AIF seeks to outperform the market by investing in a concentrated portfolio of high-growth businesses that will benefit from a paradigm shift in the economy brought on by the next 1 billion Indians living in Tier II-IV cities, semi-urban areas, and rural areas.
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