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Indian central bank opens new money tap for local private equity funds

26 September, 2017

The Alternative Investment Fund (AIF) industry in India is likely to see a surge in capital flow after the central bank allowed banks to invest in private equity and credit funds. ....

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Indian central bank opens new money tap for local private equity funds

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