Artha has launched a Syndicated Fund for UHNIs and Family Offices to invest in startups
By siliconindia | Friday, 15 September 2023, 09:48 IST
Artha, the venture capital group, has unveiled the Artha Continuum Fund (ACF), a syndicated fund tailored for family offices and Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNIs) interested in investing in growth-stage startups. The minimum investment for this fund is set at Rs 10 crores. ACF plans to announce its initial investment deal this quarter and intends to execute 8 to 10 deals each year. The fund will strategically co-invest with leading VC funds, granting investors the combined advantages of venture capital negotiation power and direct investment opportunities.
Anirudh A. Damani, Director of Artha India Ventures, says, “ACF arose from listening to our discerning investors. They yearned for a competent entity to oversee rigorous due diligence, sophisticated negotiations, and post-investment management while crafting their direct investment narratives.”
Sandesha Jaitapkar, COO of Artha Group, says, “ACF is more than just a fund. It’s a movement to democratize elite investments in tech startups. We bridge the gap, allowing UHNIs to be actively involved, benefiting from the collective wisdom of seasoned VCs and super angels.”
Established in 2012, Artha Group has invested in over 80 startups globally, including notable companies like Oyo, Purplle, LeverageEdu, Exotel, Karza, Tala, and Caja Robotics through its Artha Venture Fund and Artha Select Fund.
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