What’s your credit rating, founder? RBI, aka Revenue Based Investment Funds, will ask.


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In the mid-2000s, venture capital firms became active in India. A decade later, venture debt funds have stepped up their game. Now, a few Sebi-registered alternative investment funds focused on income-based investments have sprung up. They have so far closed nearly three dozen deals.

“He’s a pandemic baby.” Rahul Chowdhury, managing partner of N+1 Capital, India’s first revenue-based finance (RBF) fund, said of his investment company established nine months ago. Chowdhury and Ashish Singla were friends from business school and stayed in touch through their stints in startups and private equity. Singla landed at Chowdhury in Hyderabad to discuss the idea of ​​a fund focused on cash flow based lending in March

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