Performance data is net of annual performance fees (Except for Little Champs Portfolio) charged for client accounts whose account anniversary date falls upto the last date of this performance period. Since fixed fees and expenses are charged on a quarterly basis, effect of the same has been incorporated upto 31st March 2022. For Little Champs portfolio, since performance fees are charged on cumulative gains at the 3rd anniversary of the respective client account, the effect of the same has not been incorporated in the performance data. (The returns are as on 27th May , 2022)

Inception Date & Benchmark:

Consistent Compounders Portfolio: Inception: 1st Dec,2018 Benchmark: Nifty 50 TRI

Little Champs Portfolio: Inception:28th Aug,2019 Benchmark: S&P BSE Small Cap TRI

Kings of Capital Portfolio: Inception:28th July ,2020 Benchmark: Bank Nifty TRI

Rising Giants Portfolio: Inception:27th Dec ,2021 Benchmark: BSE 500 TRI

Insights of the holiday schedule for Consistent Compounder Portfolio:

Marcellus’ research process tends to judge the long-term sustainability of competitive advantages and fundamentals of companies instead of being influenced by short term noise around macro events such as raw material, cost inflation, weak monsoon, GST, demonetization, war in Ukraine, etc.  The short term (12-24 months) share price performance of any stock, including a CCP stock, rarely tells the investor anything useful about how fundamentals of the company are shaping up, or how the current share price stands relative to the intrinsic value of these firms. History suggests that when quality stocks go through phases of weak returns, they come back stronger, so long as their management implements initiatives to strengthen business fundamentals and competitive advantages. Hence, we back our fundamental conviction even in periods of subdued returns and stay invested (or increase our position).

For more details, please see our latest newsletter and webinar:


Webinar: https://www.youtube.com/embed/kqEo2O3WLsg

What to do in rising interest rates regime – increase allocation in high quality BFSI companies

During three of the four rising interest cycles over the past two decades, the Bank Nifty has outperformed the Nifty with large CASA backed private banks further outperforming the Bank Nifty during these cycles.

i) banks with strong CASA franchisees and good risk management to see an improvement in net interest margins (NIMs) alongside steady asset quality;

ii) improved profitability for insurers as they make higher investment income on their float, leading to higher RoEs.

iii) Unlike banks and insurers, NBFCs do not see any benefit in absolute terms from interest rate hikes. However, NBFCs with good parentage and well-matched ALM have a significant competitive advantage over other NBFCs in a rising interest rate environment.

For more details, please see our latest newsletter: https://marcellus.in/newsletter/kings-of-capital/well-placed-in-a-world-with-rising-rates/

Auditing PromotersHow do we know which Promoter(s) to back?

At Marcellus, one of the key factors of selecting a company is to gauge the cleanliness and competency of the promoters. This becomes a very strong point especially while selecting small cap stocks- Taking a call on small cap company is, to a large extent, taking a call on the promoter(s). Below are the few points which we give a lot of importance while choosing promoters:

  1. Efficient capital allocation—this includes on whether the promoter prioritizes reinvestments over dividends
  2. Having SKIN IN THE GAME—We see the extent to which the promoter is financially & emotionally invested in single mindedly running the Company which takes into consideration factors like % of the promoter’s shareholding, the extent to which his/her remuneration is linked to the financial performance, his/her business interests outside the company, etc.
  3. Succession planning framework– decentralization of decision making amongst members of the Board, CXOs, as well as ground level execution through systems and processes

Most of our Little Champs promoters do very well on the above parameters. While promoter dominance does raise risks surrounding governance and succession, we address these through our forensic & succession planning frameworks.

For more details, please see our newsletter: https://marcellus.in/newsletter/little-champs/how-do-we-know-which-promoters-to-back/

Please find below links to our latest newsletters and presentations:

Product Presentation https://marcellus.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/CCP_ProductPPT_REGULAR_June23_v2.pdf https://marcellus.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Marcellus-KCP-Product-Regular.pdf https://marcellus.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Marcellus_Little_Champs_presentation_Regular-.pdf https://marcellus.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Marcellus_Little_Champs_presentation_June-2023_Final_Regular.pdf
Newsletter https://marcellus.in/newsletter/consistent-compounders/ https://marcellus.in/newsletter/kings-of-capital/ https://marcellus.in/newsletter/rising-giant/ https://marcellus.in/newsletter/little-champs/
STP FAQ https://marcellus.helpscoutdocs.com/article/96-stp
SIP FAQ https://marcellus.helpscoutdocs.com/article/100-systematic-investment-plan-sip-faqs

**For product/sales related queries please write to sales@marcellus.in**


  1. Aadhaar seeding with PAN
  • Enclosed is the circular for your reference
  • Click on below link for Pan and Aadhar Linking status


  1. Digital Sign-Up for Existing Client
  • Existing Client Sign-up is basically for the clients who have an Active investment with Marcellus and wish to sign-up a new strategy through signing only an Investment Approach.
  • With this utility all the Resident Individual clients who are signing the document in India can make use of this digital initiatives.

Key derived benefits from this Initiatives are:

  • Reduction in TAT for processing of Existing account
  • No paperwork involved, 100% digital
  • Eliminate Discrepancies with quick Fund Deployments
  • Less coordination with Distributors / Client
  • Better client onboarding experience
  1. Tentative Date – Audited Financials FY21-22
  • The audited statements for FY21-22 will be tentatively available by 20th June under the Investor’s Login.
  • Please click on this link (https://marcellus.in/how-to-access-your-audited-financials-and-invoices/ ) to see step by step instructions on accessing audited statements online in investor’s login.
  • The complete guidance on accessing portfolio online for Investors, below is the link.
  • https://marcellus.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Marcellus-Client-Portal-Guide-march2020.pdf
  1. Availability of Statements for the Year End.

For the upcoming quarterly billing cycle, we would be keeping our accounting books open for 31 Mar-22 till 4th April,2022. Hence, all the statements as on 31st March,2022 shall be available from 5th April,2022.

  1. Marcellus Web CIF – Resident Indian Investors

We have taken one step forward with digitization to deliver better user experience for our new investors and partners. We have gone live with online Web CIF (link below) for Resident Indian clients wherein all client details can be filled and submitted to Marcellus along with an upload of all the requisite KYC documents; you no longer need to fill in the excel spreadsheet for Resident Indian clients.

Process Steps to fill in the Web CIF (Resident Indian)

  • Kindly keep a soft copy of all KYC documents in PDF/JPEG format handy before filling the form
  • Link to access Web CIF – https://investor-resources.marcellus.in/generate-shorturl-cif-distributor
  • Fill the basic details, enter email address where OTP is to be sent and click on generate URL
  • Copy the URL and paste in new web page to access Client Information Form
  • Fill in the mandatory details on the Web CIF page and upload all KYC documents, Investor details filled in the form should match with KYC documents
  • At the end, select email ID where OTP should be sent and then click on ‘Submit’
  • An acknowledgement email will be sent to you on receipt of Web CIF details at Marcellus
  • Marcellus team will validate the complete information in CIF and KYC documents and proceed further with form preparation.

6. Extended 100% Form Filling Support for NRI and Non-Individual Client offered by Marcellus

  • In our endeavor to smoothen the process of NRI Account opening, we have taken it upon ourselves to pre-fill the NRI application forms for our Partner/Distributor clients.
  • We have facilitated a separate process wherein, based on the “Client Information & KYC documents”, we at Marcellus, will prepare the PMS Account opening booklet for your clients.
  • The Prefilled Forms with all the requisite Sign & IPV markings, will be couriered to the preferred address of the Partners/Client.

Key benefits of this Process are listed down:

  • Enable KRA check and identify need for IPV/OSV upfront and filter AML Validation.
  • Improvise TAT of account opening and enable clients to invest sooner.
  • Eliminate Re-iteration of seeking information and ratification from client to solve observations.
  • Service & Operations efficiency at both Marcellus and Business Partner end.

Process Steps for the Marcellus Form Support:

Important Notes:

  • All information in CIF is mandatory and will be used in filling of complete form.
  • Incomplete CIF, or missing info. or unclear documents will be rejected by SRM at the time of validation process and will not be processed for form preparations.
  • Request clients to share clear images of the proof scan copies requested and in the readable format, unclear copies will not be accepted.
  • All CIF submitted before 12:00 pm will be considered for validation on same day and dispatch by next working day.
  • All CIF Received after 12.00 PM will be considered for dispatch on T+2 working day.
  • Ensure to mention the “Dispatchment Address” in the CIF.

**For operational related queries please write to clientsupport@marcellus.in**

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