Alchemy Leaders of Tomorrow – (AIF CAT-III)

  • Investment Objective
  • Terms at a Glance
  • Fund Manager
  • Co-Fund Manager
  • Opportunities galore in India

Investment Objective

Alchemy Leaders of Tomorrow aims at capital appreciation over the long run by investing in listed equities, Private Investment in Public Equity on listed Indian equities (PIPES) and IPO opportnities -- that have successfully adapted to the dynamic economics of their businesses through focus on innovation and ingenuity.

Terms at a Glance

  • RISK APPETITE - High Risk
  • REDEMPTION WINDOW - 2 years Lock in (Thereafter quarterly redemption with 15-day notice)
  • ELIGIBLE INVESTORS - Resident Indians, NRI ,HNI, Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), Banks, Bodies Corporate, Partnership Firm,& Trusts
  • INVESTMENT STYLE - Multi-cap growth


Fund Manager – Mr. Hiren Ved

Mr. Ved joined Alchemy in 1999, spearheading the firm’s asset management business. With over two decades of experience in equity markets, he has carved a niche in “Bottom-up” research and stock picking with extensive coverage of companies across various sectors. A certified cost accountant, he has over 25 years experience in the Indian equity markets. He has been a Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer at Alchemy since its inception.

Co-Fund Manager – Sachin Shah

Mr. Sachin Shah joined Alchemy Capital Management in 2004, where he started as an analyst and then became a portfolio manager. In 2007, he moved to Singapore as Director and Portfolio Manager for Alchemy Investment Management, Singapore, and helped launch Alchemy India Long Term Fund in June 2008. In mid-2009, he returned to the India office, where he provides portfolio advisory to the Fund. Sachin has an MBA (Finance) from NMIMS, Bombay University, and has cleared all three levels of the CFA program from The CFA Institute, USA.

Opportunities galore in India

  • India ranks 6th in the world in terms of nominal GDP and 3rd in terms of purchasing power parity
  • GDP projected at USD 6 trillion by the next decade – Study by Morgan Stanley
  • India’s encouraging demographics; more than 50 percent of its population is below the age of 25
  • India more resilient vis-à-vis other countries because of high domestic consumption.
  • Recent structural reforms in key areas
  • Domestic investor allocations to equities expected to be robust and potentially expected to outdo FPI’s over the next few years