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How will 2017 pan out for private equity exit deals?

07 April, 2017

The total number of private equity exit deals in India fell 2016 from the previous year, though the total value climbed thanks to a few larger transactions, show data from VCCEdge, the data research platform of VCCircle. In particular, exits through mergers and acquisitions jumped in 2016, the data show.

While the PE industry in India is optimistic this positive trend will continue, challenges remain. A panel of top executives at PE firms at the News Corp VCCircle Limited Partners Summit 2017, held in Mumbai last month, discussed the prospects for PE and venture capital exits, the challenges they may face this year and beyond, and other topics. Watch the discussion to know more.

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