Not everything is going wrong, but not everything is going right either, he says.
Senior MD of VC firm NEA India is bullish on enterprise software.
The CEO of the realty PE firm says more than rate cuts, job creation would boost demand.
His firm Social+Capital aims to invest up to $200 million every year in India.
Exfinity has deployed over half of its maiden VC fund.
The general partner of the early-stage investor talks about new strategy.
The demand pattern will not be revived unless there is correction in home prices, he says.
It recently picked 30 per cent stake in Hopping Chef.
The two self regulatory organisations—MFIN and Sa-Dhan—can work in conjunction, she says.
SEBI should ensure that AIFs can actively participate in both primary and secondary issues, says chairman of TVS Capital Funds.
Varma says too much money is chasing healthcare as a sector in India.
Rate cuts of 100 more basis points may help bring demand back, he says.
Monetary policy has been a disappointment for the market but for the right reasons, he says.
The government’s plan to push ahead with reforms agenda augurs well for economy, says research director of economic policy think tank.
The government should do more to boost consumer sentiment, says chief economist at ZyFin Research.
The Indian venture debt arm of SVB was acquired and rebranded by Temasek.
Any further uptick in global oil prices could pull up inflation, he says.
Jury is still out on which single-specialty healthcare domain would sustain, he says.
Pai says Indian HNIs should invest in startups as they can generate high returns with some risk.