Participate in the Indian real estate boom

The demand for residential real estate in India's metropolises is immense. With the new India Real Estate Fund, Picard Angst offers for the first time the opportunity to participate directly in the booming real estate market in India.

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Rapid urbanization leads to construction boom

Rapid urbanization is leading to strong demand for real estate in India's major cities. The urbanization rate is growing from 31% to 41%. McKinsey - India Urbanization Econometric Model

"Demographics, economics and politics are currently creating excellent perspectives for investment in the Indian real estate market."

Maurice Picard, CEO

India Real Estate Opportunity Fund

The India Real Estate Fund focuses on the financing of residential real estate in prime locations in the Indian metropolis of Mumbai. The properties will be realised within the next two to three years and each have an investment volume of ten to 50 million USD. The target annual return is at least 15 percent.

The product does not include a performance fee and charges an issue commission of max. 1.50%. The minimum subscription is USD 150,000.

Key facts
Target investor class qualified investors in Switzerland
Fund currency USD (hedging USD vs. INR)
AIFM & Portfolio Manager MDO Management Company, Luxemburg
Legal structure SICAV
Fund structure Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF) – closed-end fund
Domicile Luxembourg
Duration up to 5 + 2 years
Management fee up to 1,50% p.a. (based on NAV)
Retail manager Picard Angst AG
Custodian RBC Investor Services Bank, Luxembourg

The skyline of Airoli, the IT hub of Mumbai, where countless ICT companies from all over the world have already established themselves and are constantly adding new ones. Vignesh Kamath Alamy

Swiss Indian real estate expertise

With the Steiner Group, the India Real Estate Fund benefits from profound market know-how. The developer, total and general contractor of real estate has already realized over 1,500 residential and 845 commercial properties in Switzerland and India. Since 2010, the Steiner Group has been part of the Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC) based in Mumbai, India.

Six reasons to invest in the India Real Estate Fund


India is currently overtaking China as the most populous country in the world.


By 2030, more than 200 million new people will move into India's megacities.


India's economy is growing rapidly: a GDP of five trillion US$ is expected by 2025.


The demand for residential properties in the medium to high price segment is enormous.


India's government is pursuing the goal of creating housing for the entire population.


New regulations lead to attractive new financing opportunities.

Your contacts

Maurice Picard

Chief Executive Officer


Christoph Beck

Senior Client Advisor Market Switzerland


Murielle Marascio

Client Advisor Market Switzerland


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