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Safety-first rule of Sepulveda helps you make informed asset investment decisions and prioritizes stability over risk.


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Sepulveda is a concept that focuses on our clients’ long-term financial well-being. It is founded by one of the pioneers of the Indian real estate and health care industries. The creators of Sepulveda have a track record of developing innovative solutions in healthcare, real estate, hospitality, and unicorn investments spanning decades. The parent company, Incor, began in real estate and later expanded into healthcare and hospitality.


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To provide our clients with appropriate and curated investment solutions while focusing on their financial well-being by generating long-term wealth.


To become a preferred fund house by prudent application of scientific analysis to draw a balance between safety, liquidity, and return in the most ethical and transparent manner possible, by creating wealth for our unit holders through the use of the risk-reward paradigm.




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3 components – Setup fees (if not waived) + service tax thereon; management fees + service tax; operating expense. The net amount is invested in NCDs. Such upfront deductions are mentioned in PPM and done in consultation with the trustee. We can send you the exact amount and period for which it is deducted.

Please note that in Arka AIF, setup fees were charged proportionately on each contribution. We shall deduct full setup fees from the investor’s first contribution.

The contribution received from investors is invested in liquid fund schemes till the allotment of units. Such income, from the date of receipt of money till allotment of units, is paid to investors.

Post allotment of units, investors get a proportionate share of the fund’s income.

The total income earned by the fund is distributed to all investors proportionately based on their net investable surplus (net investable surplus = contribution minus upfront amount deducted as explained above) and actual number of days the same was invested in the fund.
Management fee is calculated on a daily basis. Operating expenses are charged based on actuals subject to a maximum of 0.25% p.a. of contribution amount. TDS is calculated @10.3% of ‘net income’. Net income is gross income minus management fee minus operating expense for that period. This net income figure appears in 26AS, Form 16A, Form 64C etc.
Since we have already set aside or deducted management fee and operating expenses for ‘a period’, we shall not deduct that again from quarterly payouts for that period. Post that, we shall deduct management fees and operating expenses from payouts.
Form 64C is a format provided by IT dept in which AIF needs to provide the details/nature of the income paid or credited to its unit holder. It needs to be provided by 1st of April of the financial year following the previous year in which income is paid/ credited.

Yes. In Arka AIF, we had deducted TDS @10% and later recovered the remaining 0.3% TDS from February 2022 payout based on notice from the IT department. Since returns of Q2 (Jul-Sep) and Q3 (Oct-Dec) were already filed by that time, we had to revise the same which lead to passing necessary correction entries – hence we suggest cross-checking the total figures of each quarter i.e. Q2, Q3, and Q4 which should match in all statements. Also, investors may have old statements (when 10% TDS was deducted) which may not match. Hence latest/updated statements should be checked.

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