Mid-market PE not competing with capital markets any more: Bala Deshpande, Senior MD, NEA India

02 September, 2012

US-based venture and growth fund New Enterprise Associates Inc (NEA) has raised $2.6 billion last month for one of the largest venture capital funds – NEA 14. NEA started direct investments in India during the downturn in 2008 and has since built a portfolio of 14 companies, focused on the mid-market segment. Its portfolio includes payment processing firm FSS, daycare surgery chain Nova and reverse logistics firm inTarvo, among others.


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Mid-market PE not competing with capital markets any more: Bala Deshpande, Senior MD, NEA India

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