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Equalifi (erstwhile AIWMI) is a global membership network of financial services leaders, professionals and aspirants. Equalifi has been set up as a continuing education & professional development platform meant to offer its members, opportunities to earn professional designations; to participate in multidisciplinary knowledge initiatives, enable networking at conferences; and offer one single platform for interaction, cross-pollination of ideas and collaboration.

Equalifi provides the opportunity for finance practitioners and related professionals to connect and advance their focused area of practice. Equalifi aims to benefit the practitioner, their area of specialization, the clients they serve, and the industry at large.

Equalilfi plays a key role in guiding the development of the financial services sector. Equalifi works with key industry participants’ viz. the Government, the Regulators, the Industries/Associations, the Corporate, the Media and the General Public to achieve its objectives. Besides enhancing technical competence and professionalism in the industry, Equalifi organizes various national and international facilitates discussions to promote best practices in leadership and talent development in the financial sector with an aim to become world’s premier-most center of excellence for financial services professionals.



An exclusive, by-invite membership for Thought Leaders, Entrepreneurs and Prominent CXOs working in the Financial Services Sector.



A prolific membership for career-oriented finance professionals who are looking for continuous professional development and a global professional network.



An exciting membership for financial services professionals and academicians who are looking for continuous education and overall professional development.

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Regulatory Aspects of Investment by AIF

February 2, 2024

SEBI introduced the concept for AIFs on August 1, 2011, by way of a white paper and proposed to regulate all funds established in India which are privately pooled investment vehicles raising funds from Indian or foreign investors. The SEBI (Alternative Investment Funds) Regulations, 2012 (‘AIF Regulations’) were introduced to the Indian market on May 21, 2012 and over the years, many noteworthy changes have been introduced to the AIF regulations to make it more robust and relevant across the global market.

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Revolutionising finance: India’s fintech innovations break the mould

January 14, 2024

As we stride forth into 2024, India, with its robust growth story, stands among the fastest expanding financial technology or fintech markets, on a global scale. The domestic fintech industry, which was valued at a market size of USD 50 billion in 2021, is forecasted to expand a staggering 3x, to reach a market value of USD 150 billion by 2025. Further, the burgeoning industry is expected to cater to a total addressable market valued at USD 1.3 trillion, by 2025, even as its assets under management rises to USD 1 trillion, by the end of the ongoing decade

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Managing Conflicts: A Fund Manager’s Handbook

January 16, 2024

The growing popularity of the alternative investment funds (“AIF”) industry and the rising involvement of large corporate players and experienced financial professionals who are engaged in various financial services and seek to leverage their own group entities and/or network with a view to capitalize on the relative flexibility of the AIF regime has resulted in Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) taking a special interest.

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Ireland as a Domicile for Investment Funds Investing in India

January 18, 2024

Since 2018, there has been significant interest by Indian asset managers seeking to establish and manage an EU fund that can be marketed easily across the European Union to investors who anticipate further growth in the Indian market as it begins to realise its undoubted potential. This interest has been enhanced by the relaxation of the foreign investment rules and the permanent establishment rules in India and more recently

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