The financial services company SKG Assets & Holdings has introduced the SKG India Value Fund. With a focus on catering to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), this signifies SKG’s strategy move towards asset management.
The company stated that SKG India Value Fund will focus on companies that have standout qualities, including early-stage businesses with rapid expansion potential, stocks that are undervalued in relation to their potential for growth, investments in initial public offerings (IPOs) that meet these requirements, and others.
Rather than devoting to investments that last a long time, the fund’s goal is to hold onto companies during their predicted times of greater return. This approach is based on the belief that SMEs often excel in their niche markets, providing unique products and maintaining competitive advantages in terms of performance, quality, cost-effectiveness, and client connections, as reported by Livemint.
“We are excited to introduce the SKG India Value Fund at a time when the Indian financial landscape is evolving rapidly. Our aim is to bridge the gap between investors who believe in India’s economic positioning and high-growth SMEs, unlocking the true potential of these businesses. We have a deep understanding of identifying undervalued companies with credible promoters, and this fund is our way of helping investors become a part of the SME success story,” said Kush Gupta, Director, SKG Assets & Holdings.
About SKG Assets & Holdings
For more than ten years, SKG, an independent financial services organisation, has earned its clients’ trust by offering advice on all facets of their business and personal investments. They work with a wide range of asset classes, and their clientele includes SMEs, corporates, HNIs, NRIs, retail investors, and institutions.