Equanimity in the news


It's difficult to make desired returns in listed equity, says Equanimity Investments' Rajesh Sehgal

Of the $30 million (Rs 200 crore), the fund plans to raise Sehgal has raised Rs 70 crore of which majority funds are his own to showcase that he is serious player in the game.


Mark Mobius has joined the investment panel of Equanimity Investments along with managing partner Rajesh Sehgal

Mobius was in Mumbai to announce his entry into the investment panel of city-based early-stage venture capital fund Equanimity Investments, in which he is an investor


Equanimity Investments hits first close for debut venture capital fund

Mumbai-based venture capital firm Equanimity Investments has made the first close of its debut fund at Rs 70 crore ($10.8 million), founder Rajesh Sehgal said on Monday


Rajesh Sehgal outlines the differences in Angels and moneyed individuals investing in startups

According to Mr. Sehgal mentoring is an integral part of investing. If you are investing , you should input your experience to your capital through mentoring


ATP Angels: Rajesh Sehgal - Angel Investor & Managing Partner, Equanimity Investments

Mr. Rajesh Sehgal’s newest entity, Equanimity Investments, continues to invests in startups and early stage businesses across sectors and geographies


Very positive on India & believe India will surpass China in its pace of growth: Mark Mobius

"Equanimity is doing a very interesting private equity investing focusing on new innovations, new technology and their fund has just started and I have invested in the fund" - Dr. Mark Mobius


Mark Mobius joins investment committee of Equanimity Investments

As a member of the investment committee and a key investor in the fund, Mobius will be actively helping to evaluate investment proposals, directing investment and exit decisions


It's difficult to make desired returns in the listed equity, says Equanimity Investments' Rajesh Sehgal

"The unlisted space compared to the listed space is lucrative where internal rate of return (IRR) expected is going to be significantly higher than the listed markets by a factor of 2 or 3." - Rajesh Sehgal


Moneyed individuals are jumping onto the startup bandwagon

for others like Rajesh Sehgal, angel investing “was a forced thing” that has now turned into a passion. As former senior executive director at Franklin Templeton, Sehgal managed his clients’ investments in listed and unlisted companies across emerging markets.