Carlyle buys stake in South Indian Bank

31 May, 2012

Private equity major the Carlyle Group has picked up nearly 2 per cent stake in Thrissur-based South Indian Bank Ltd in its third deal through the market route. The PE firm has bought the stake for Rs 60 crore through its arm First Carlyle Ventures Mauritius.


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Carlyle buys stake in South Indian Bank

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