Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) are registered under Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) guidelines and are categorized based on their impact on the economy and the regulatory regime intended for them
Those AIFs with positive spillover effects on the economy, for which certain incentives or concessions might be considered by SEBI or Government of India.
Those AIFs for which no specific incentives or concessions are given. They do not undertake leverage or borrowing other than to meet the permitted day- to-day operational requirements.
Those AIFs that are considered to have some potential negative externalities in certain situations and which undertake leverage to a great extent.
23, August 2017, Vikash JI
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