Why Compound Everyday Capital?

  • 9 year Track record (until Jun 30, 2021): 18.8% p.a. (net of expenses, and fees), 3.7% over NSE Nifty.
  • Incentives Aligned: Zero fixed fees and nominal profit share. Significant co-investment by portfolio manager and their families in same portfolios
  • Behavioral Edge: Contrarian, value oriented, multi cap, and long term orientation
  • Competitive Advantage: small, concentrated and deep research
  • Peace of mind: SEBI registered Portfolio Managers. Investments remain in the demat account of investors themselves. Custody, settlement and fund accounting activities handled exclusively by a SEBI registered custodian.

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FAQs

  • What is Compound Everyday Capital?

    Compound Everyday Capital Management LLP is a SEBI registered Portfolio Manager and provides Portfolio Management Service (PMS) vide SEBI Registration number PM/INP000006633. Prior to starting its portfolio management services, Compound Everyday Capital operated as a multi family office on same investment principles for 7 years. A PMS entity is strictly regulated by SEBI. It is required to have a Net Worth of minimum INR 5 crores and upfront fees of INR 11 lacs to start operations. Further it has monthly, half yearly and yearly reporting requirements to SEBI.

  • How is a Portfolio Management Service different from a Mutual Fund?

    In a portfolio management service the investments (stocks, mutual funds etc.) remain in the demat account of investors themselves. A portfolio managers only manages it under a registered power of attorney that can be revoked anytime by a written notice. The minimum ticket size of investment as per SEBI regulations is INR 50 lacs and can be introduced in form of cash or securities. 

  • How do I introduce my initial corpus?

    Initial corpus can be brought in by way of RTGS/NEFT/Cheque/DD. As per regulations, the funds can come only from a bank account that is in the name of the investor and mapped with us.

    It is possible to introduce existing securities as part or whole of corpus subject to the minimum capital requirement. Securities can be transferred to the client’s demat account opened with the PMS. The securities have to necessarily come from a demat account which is in the name of the investor. Along with security transfer, the client also needs to provide us with the date of acquisition and the cost of acquisition of these securities. This will ensure all future reports are prepared correctly.

  • Does the Portfolio Management Service have any lock-in period?

    The Portfolio Management Service has no lock-in period. However we invite capital for long term and there are exit loads for early redemptions.

  • Can I withdraw my principal/ profits any time?

    You can withdraw your profits as well as capital investment as and when you want, provided you maintain the minimum capital requirement of INR 50,00,000. Exit charges for premature withdrawal will be applicable.

  • Do you guarantee any returns?

    As per SEBI regulations, investment returns cannot be guaranteed. However, we shall endeavour to generate sustainable risk adjusted returns. We are remunerated only on returns and donot charge any fixed fees.

  • What are the tax implications of investments in PMS?

    The tax liability for a PMS investor would remain the same as if the investor was investing directly in those securities. The onus of declaring and filing the returns on income generated in the PMS is on the client.

  • How can I redress any complaints that I may have?

    Investors will find the name, address and telephone number of the Investor Relations officer of the portfolio manager in the Disclosure Document. He will attend to all investor queries and complaints. The grievance redressal and dispute mechanism is also mentioned in the Disclosure Document. Investors can also approach SEBI for redressal of their complaints if they are not answered by Investor Relations manager satisfactorily. On receipt of complaints, SEBI takes up the matter with the concerned portfolio manager and follows up with them.

  • How can an NRI invest in a PMS?

    An NRI can invest in a PMS through a NRE or an NRO account. There are a few additional formalities that our team members will guide you about.

  • How does one begin?

    You can open a PMS account by e-mailing us at info@cedcapital.in or calling us on +91 731 2510070. Once we receive your request, one of our team members will guide you.