Funds with good track record and strategy to target a narrow asset class can raise money more easily in 2013, feels JLL India’s chairman & country head.
The Kolhapur-based bank has raised funding from a string of PE investors and is looking for another round worth Rs 300 crore.
Backed by ICICI venture, the RJ Corp group firm is already in talks with a few investors to raise around Rs 150 crore.
Private equity firm Multiples Alternate Asset Management and existing investor L Capital have part-funded the acquisition.
India is a key market for IFC and its bullishness in India would be similar to what it did in Africa.
ACK Media, known for its brands such as Amar Chitra Katha & Tinkle, is backed by Future Ventures and Elephant Capital.
The managing director of Mumbai-based Lodha Developers discusses the recent DLF deal, state of the property market and the way ahead for the group.
StanChart PE’s Nainesh Jaisingh on global players’ India strategy, mezzanine deals and viable exit policies.
Founder and CEO of Warburg Pincus-backed firm on investors’ standpoint, aggressive marketing and what drives the next phase of growth.
One of the two brothers running India's largest law firm discusses growth plan, hot sectors for investments, Shome Panel on taxation and consolidation.
Snapdeal is doing a projected annual GMV of $300 million this fiscal, and is aiming to achieve $1 billion in GMV by 2015.
Bakshi says many food entrepreneurs in India have the concept right but can't scale up as they are shy of getting private equity or don't understand it.
In January, Japanese telecom major NTT Communications acquired 74% stake in Netmagic for $116 million.
Outsized returns will come from country-specific funds with local teams, believes David Pierce.
Rishi Gupta talks about how the PE-backed financial inclusion technology company is focusing on newer revenue channels and emerging opportunities.
Former CEO of CCD talks about his entrepreneurial venture and plans to raise up to $20M in fresh funding for the Silicon Valley Bank-backed firm.
The next wave in OTA business will come from niche players and not from generic companies, says the founder & CEO.
The MD of one of India's most successful private equity firms opens up on the biggest ever leadership transition in the industry and much more.
Experienced investors sense an opportunity as India’s attractiveness wanes: SBI Macquarie Infra CEO.
Improving the balance sheet is a tough challenge for the group that focused on microfin biz but right now, its mantra is to cut costs & increase fee-based income.