General Atlantic, Oak Hill may make over $2B from Genpact deal

03 August, 2012

A decade after the private equity industry made its first major exit from the business process outsourcing (BPO) business, the sector is still earning big returns for its investors. In 2002, Raman Roy-promoted BPO startup Spectramind was acquired by Wipro in what is termed as one of the milestone deals in the Indian private equity industry.


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General Atlantic, Oak Hill may make over $2B from Genpact deal

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