We see opportunity in mid-market buyouts in sectors we track: Gaja Capital’s Imran Jafar

13 December, 2016

Mid-market focused private equity firm Gaja Capital will largely stick to its investment and exit strategy for its third fund with minor tweaks in the education and financial services sectors.


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We see opportunity in mid-market buyouts in sectors we track: Gaja Capital’s Imran Jafar

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