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We provide equity based funding arrangement and NCD (Non Convertible Debentures) funding to our clients from few our tie –up to Big institution with JV funds.

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    1. How old is your Business ??
      Less Than 2 YearsMore Than 2 Years

    2. Last year’s Sales??
      Less Than 5 LacsMore Than 5 Lacs

    Equity shares are also called as ordinary shares. An Equity share is commonly a share that represents a part of the ownership of a company. Here every shareholder earns dividends based on the performance of the company and a partial owner of the company. While a Non-convertible debenture (NCD) is an instrument of debt executed by the company and acknowledging its obligation to repay the sum along with a specified rate of interest. It is one of the best methods of raising the loan capital of the company in contrast to equity resources and capital raised through borrowings.

    Equity shares are the form of part ownership or fractional in which the shareholder as a part of fractional owner will take the maximum business risk. In this holders of equity is the member of the company and have full voting rights. Equity shares represent the ownership of the company and capital raised by the issue of such shares is known as owner funds or ownership capital. Equity shares are a vital source for raising long-term capital. An NCD is like a certificate of loan bond or loan, evidencing the fact that the company is liable to pay a specific amount with interest. In this, money raised by the NCD becomes a part of the company capital structure and does not becomes share capital.

    Category I and II investors are institutional investors including various, provident funds commercial banks, financial institutions alternative investment funds, insurance companies,, SEBI registered mutual funds etc.

    Category III comprises Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs) and Resident Indians who invest more than 10 lakh

    Category IV comprises of HUFs and Resident Indians who invest less than 10 lakh.

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