We advise our global clients, manage capital and offer multiple investment routes to clients seeking investment in India
DSP Global Funds ICAV (the “ICAV”), an open-ended umbrella-type Irish
DSP India will invest in a variety of investment strategies and instruments
Our co-investment strategy enables you to participate in our
DSP Pre-IPO Fund invests in private companies with proven
We believe that each of our managers should be given freedom and independence to manage his/her funds
“India is at the cusp of a structural turnaround and continues to remain one of the fastest-growing large economies in the world. The country has proven to be resilient to global economic downturns, largely due to its robust domestic economy, which is expected to remain strong in the foreseeable future. We believe India should be viewed as a structural allocation (and not just tactical) in investors’ portfolios globally.”
- Jay Kothari, Lead Investment Strategist & Head - International Business.
Interaction with 550+ companies, Industry expert and supply chain checks, daily morning calls, weekly all day team meeting- wednesday session, sell side interactions
In-depth research on business, management and financials and focus on drivers of profitability and RoE over long-term (including ESG)
Across each of the 300+ companies under coverage
Strategies to be predominantly in strong buys and buys
High conviction ideas
Temperament, research capability and eliminating behavioural baises
Capital misallocation, Long Term Business Disruption, Poor Governance and Adverse Regulatory Changes
A legacy built over
DSPFC finally entered into an official tie up with Merrill Lynch providing an equity stake to Merril Lynch of 29.41% with a provision to increase it up to 40%.
This New Investment banking partnership was called DSP Merrill Lynch Ltd. (DSPML)
DSP Merrill Lynch Asset Management launched its first domestic equity and its first domestic debt mutual fund schemes.
DSP Merrill Lynch Fund Managers launched Merrill Lynch Specialist Investment Funds (MLSIF) India Fund, its first international fund meant for global investors looking to invest in India. This was a Luxembourg domiciled UCITS fund.
In line with BlackRock’s takeover of Merrill Lynch’s global asset management business in 2016, DSP Merrill Lynch Fund Managers became DSP BlackRock Investment Managers Ltd.
In May 2018, DSP Group announced its intention to purchase BlackRock's 40% stake in DSP Blackrock Investment Managers and in August 2018, the transaction was completed. The organisation was renamed to DSP Investment Managers, DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund was renamed to DSP Mutual Fund.
DSP Investment Managers continues resolutely on the path to help millions of Indians #InvestForGood, focusing on doing the right things with the right intent, always keeping investors' needs first.
Years of Financial Legacy
Total Asset Under Management
In Asset Management Business
with 103 Unicorns, 4 Decacorns
and 7500+ listed companies
a golden period ensuring
demographic advantage till 2055
48.6B transactions (IMPS+UPI)
processed in 2021