Landmark Capital manages real estate investments through SEBI registered Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) and managed accounts, and launched the Landmark Warehousing and Logistics Fund. The fund’s target is 5 billion Indian rupees, including 2 billion Indian rupees green shoe options.
Landmark Capital was founded by a team of field experts with more than seven years of experience in asset management and construction, providing a way to invest in Indian warehousing and industrial space. Due to regulatory changes such as consumption tax, infrastructure development, and the rise of digital platforms for purchasing goods and services, India’s logistics industry is constantly changing. This is a unique opportunity.
The fund aims to generate excellent risk-adjusted returns by investing in high-quality Class A warehousing and logistics opportunities. Landmark Capital focuses on non-speculative custom assets and cross-regional diversification to ensure effective risk mitigation. The fund’s trading pipeline covers an area of more than 400 acres and has well-known potential tenants.
Ashish Joshi, Founder and CEO of Landmark Capital, said: “The growing economy, changes in consumer tastes and behaviors, and digital-savvy millennial consumers make the Indian warehousing industry an attractive investment opportunity. Other key factors for growth include favorable government policies, a growing middle class, increased penetration of telecommunications and the Internet, and increased adoption of e-commerce. Through this fund, our goal is to bring mature global themes to these themes. Insufficient penetration in the Indian market, especially in Grade A industrial assets including warehousing and industrial parks.”
The uncertainty caused by the pandemic is a huge boon for e-commerce and is becoming a huge catalyst for the warehousing and logistics industry. The convenience, selectivity and reliability of e-commerce platforms are creating unique opportunities in the warehousing field. This phenomenon has penetrated the Indian market, including second- and third-tier cities. Landmark Capital seeks to participate in this growth story with its investment expertise in warehousing and logistics.
News Source : NBM&CW