Camshaft disclosed in court docket filings this week that some $533 million it managed for Byju’s Alpha, a U.S. unit of Indian edtech group Byju’s, was transferred to a different 100% and U.S.-based subsidiary of Byju’s, thereby refuting allegations that the Indian agency used the wealth supervisor’s providers to misappropriate cash.

Within the court docket filings, Camshaft mentioned the capital was transferred to Inspilearn LLC, a Delaware-based subsidiary of Byju’s. Camshaft additionally clarified that Byju’s or any of its entities should not restricted companions within the hedge fund.

In a press release, Byju’s mentioned Camshaft’s disclosure is in step with the Indian startup’s place that it remained the beneficiary holder of the capital. The agency additional added that the Credit score Settlement it signed with the lenders didn’t mandate the way it used the funds, nor required a certain quantity to take care of as collateral.

“The newest disclosure dispels faux narratives about $533 million being siphoned off,” the startup mentioned.

Camshaft Capital attracted media consideration final yr after lenders of Byju’s questioned the legitimacy of the wealth advisor as they claimed the $533 million was a collateral for a $1.2 billion that they had lent to the Indian startup. A choose few estranged buyers in Byju’s later used the allegation to discredit Byju’s founder  Byju Raveendran’s credibility.

Byju’s, valued at $22 billion in early 2022, can be ensnared in a authorized battle with a few of its shareholders in Bengaluru who’ve been trying to revoke a rights problem on the edtech group.

On Saturday, Byju’s knowledgeable staff that the startup had efficiently raised new funds by way of the rights problem however a choose few buyers “(4 out of the 150+ buyers) have stooped to a heartless stage, guaranteeing that we’re unable to make the most of the funds raised to pay your hard-earned salaries.”

On account of this, greater than 20,000 staff of Byju’s wouldn’t obtain their salaries on time, Raveendran wrote to staff.

Final month, some shareholders voted to take away Raveendran from the edtech group. A day later, Raveendran assured staff that he was nonetheless their chief government and questioned the legitimacy of the choose investor group’s motion.