With a net internal rate of return (IRR) of 89.2 per cent, ChrysCapital-III (2004) has been the best performing fund across vintage, followed by India Value Fund-I (34%) and Baring India Private Equity Fund (32%). Funds between 2006 and 2009 and the ones between 2010 and 2014 have delivered median net IRR of 8% and 6.4%, respectively. These are some key insights from a recent report by data firm Preqin on alternative assets in India.
Top performing funds in India by vintage
Top-10 performing India based private capital funds
India based private equity and venture capital assetsAlternative assets include private equity & venture capital, real estate, infrastructure, private debt and hedge funds; Due to immaturity of the natural resources market in India, the AUM figure could not be calculated for private capital at present.
Source: Preqin Insight: Alternative Assets in India, November 2017