INVESTMENTS

Over the course of the past decade, it seems a bewildering number of new investment and financial opportunities have sprung up – and with more wealth management options than ever before, it can be all too easy to make a financial misstep.

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INVESTMENTS

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PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
The fine art of strategic investments across numerous types – such as regular savings, stocks, property and assets.

LUMP SUM INVESTMENTS
The investment of a single and complete lump sum of money in one, for a fixed period of time.

PORTFOLIO BONDS
An investment structure for multiple savings and investments – typically from industry-leading financial organizations.

OUR INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY
Investment philosophy centers on the specific investment mandate of investors. Keeping in view a long-term investment horizon, the aim is to amplify return while keeping risk in check.

THE FOLLOWING FUNDAMENTALS SUMMARIZE INVESTMENT PRACTICES
Investor-centric - Investment advice is based on customers’ aspirations and guided by their challenges. No matter where you are in your investment journey, the aim is to help you achieve your financial goals.


Risk minimization - The strength of an investment strategy lies not in its focus on superior returns, but in its ability to prevent losses. It is superior performance during bad times that establishes an advisor’s credibility, rather than above average returns as a result of high-risk exposure.


Steady returns - Achieving superior results when things are looking up and performing below average during tough times is not the way to work. The aim is for consistent performance year-on-year with a long-term investment horizon.

Focused investment approach – The portfolios should not be just based on an array of security holdings but a theme-based, research-driven and focused investment model. Thus, instead of overly diversifying the portfolios, the aim is to strive to be in the right asset class at the right time.


A bottom-up approach – The investment strategies rely on in-depth knowledge of companies and their securities, independent of economic outlook, interest rates or securities markets. The portfolios should be with a defensive stance focused on minimizing risk rather than an aggressive strategy focused purely on high returns. This approach is likely to provide better returns over longer periods for investors, but at the same time, it might show extreme variations from the market returns. As a result, such investors typically tend to be long-term focused.