Why India may be at a tipping point to attract large local investors for PE firms

02 March, 2017

The flow of domestic capital into private equity funds is still low in India but this could change in coming years as local institutions and affluent individuals deploy more money for such investments, said panellists at the News Corp VCCircle India Limited Partners Summit 2017.


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Why India may be at a tipping point to attract large local investors for PE firms

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