Women Empowerment, Social Change and Aviator’s Move to Uplift Them All
Ebene Cyber village / New Delhi, [Mauritius / India], April 19: The Aviator Emerging Market Fund functions under a Category 1 Global Business License issued by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission. Incorporated in 2019, the expert investor is focused on the Indian, UAE, Singapore and Hong Kong markets. It is listed as a Foreign Portfolio Investor with SEBI.
Core mission and impact
With the core goal of wealth generation in emerging as well as non-emerging regions, the Aviator fund is inclined towards identifying and investing in growth-rich prospects. The investor employs arbitrage policies to tap on macroeconomic trends and market parities, fetching superior returns in the long run. The values of financial and social empowerment of all verticals sit deep within the fund’s philosophy and steer their decisions towards women entrepreneurs, indigenous enterprises and independent initiatives. Aviator EMF’s focus is set on financial services, fintech, startups and Alternate Investment Funds.
Aviator EMF dominantly steps in, where most large banks hesitate to enter. The fund supports the bottom of the pyramid with the essential financial services, lending a feeling of inclusion to a large section of the Indian population. The funding is based on promising financials and a drive to support people, creating fiscally stable lives for all of them. It has invested in the companies like Loanzen, Centrum, Dhanvarsha and Midland Microfinance on the same values.
Loan for Women Empowerment
Aviator favours investing in NBFCs that help small businesses and individuals, especially women entrepreneurs. It lends the ability for equilibrium in times of turmoil to enable an environment that boosts their way ahead in the world. A strong believer and promoter of equality on all fronts, the fund builds better livelihoods for women and children by giving them the spotlight they deserve. It has invested in Digicredit and Aviom, both of which encourage woman entrepreneurship.
“We are determined to lay the more profound and more substantial foundation of impact investing across the country. We believe in bringing a change in society by breaking down every single barrier to equality’’ says Prerna Bhandari, Investment Advisor at Aviator EMF.
Fintech Start-ups Loan
There has been a complete paradigm shift for the startup culture in the pandemic times. They have gone from being the frontline runners of the business economy to dispensable luxuries in some sectors. Aviator is empowering aspiring entrepreneurs and founders to create a sustainable society that looks forward to creating value in everyday life. By lending equitable financial access, the fund distributes resources across the spectrum to achieve the goal of productive innovation. Aviator has recently invested in companies like KrazyBee and Wheels EMI to accentuate their support to households recovering from the unprecedented crisis.
Loans to Non-Metropolitan-Based NBFCs
With the aim to help the rural areas rise from their economic state, Aviator EMF injects capital into financial institutions based in Tier-II and Tier-III cities. Since a poverty-free society and equal access to resources is indeed a core focus of the expert investor, Aviator’s funding finds the right time for most of its recent investments. Amrit, Finova and EZ Capital are a few institutions under the fund’s portfolio that aim to provide credit to low-income households.
“We consistently exhibit a desire to put our investment behind the companies that align with their core values. Financial constraints and challenges have increased in the current scenario, but we continue to provide financial assistance to aspiring entrepreneurs who develop innovative ways to tackle problems” Says Farhana Ali Mohamed Director at Aviator EMF