The MD and co-head of Investment Management Asia at the private asset management firm says 80% of local PE fund managers are dead or inactive.
The chief of the north-based realtor says land prices will increase with the new land acquisition policy which will affect supply of affordable housing.
A flexible investment strategy is a good way to invest in India if you have a team of GPs that has the track record and will to do it, according to Chadha.
The group, which secured $100 million from Olympus Capital in 2011, is looking to go for an IPO either in London or Mumbai.
Vasudevan says he prefers investing in Southeast Asia as valuations are less stretched in the region.
The firm, which has the backing of Manipal Group and healthcare PE firm OrbiMed, has been aggressively looking to expand overseas.
Arya says the firm has returned around Rs 600 crore to investors of its early vintage fund last year alone.
The realty investment firm’s corpus currently stands at $400 million.
The realtor expects 60 per cent of its projects to be on redeveloped land.
The firm will consider only large-sized acquisitions which can add significantly to its loan book.
Simon Cooper, president and managing director, Asia Pacific, Marriott International, said the company will continue to be bullish on India.
The company is planning to expand to the Middle East and Africa.
On back of a freshly minted fundraise, the mid-market apparel maker is eyeing acquisitions in luxury segment and also looking at launching a new brand.
Punj Lloyd and Avenue Capital have invested in Medanta, a majority of which is still owned by its founder Naresh Trehan.
The privately held group has hired a top executive from JP Morgan Global Asset Fund who is spearheading its London office.
Country head of the risk consulting firm says due to competition for deals, due diligence and deal sourcing have become quid pro quo.
The outgoing CEO of Fortis explains why the group has flipped its international strategy and talks about expansion plans.
The early stage investment firm will continue to focus on investments around the mobile ecosystem.
Mu Sigma was reportedly valued around $1 billion in the last funding round early this year.
There is a perception issue as most investors came into India after 2005 and are yet to see a cycle of return of capital, she says.