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Are foreign I-banks losing out in the Indian IPO rush?

23 November, 2016

India’s primary markets have seen many successful initial public offerings since the Narendra Modi government took over in May 2014 and the amount raised via these share sales has surged. That would mean increased benefits for the investment banks managing these offerings, too. But not everyone is minting money.


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Are foreign I-banks losing out in the Indian IPO rush?

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