'Unfortunately, what has happened in India is that there was excess capex cycle and over-exuberance on the part of the corporate sector in many areas.' Akash Prakash, CEO & MD of Amansa Capital, believes that the bull market is still intact and that private ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
Sadbhav Infrastructure Projects Ltd has raised Rs 210 crore (around $31 million) from a bunch of domestic and foreign investors that have come as anchor investors ahead of its proposed initial public offer (IPO) which opened for subscription on ...VC Circle, 22 hours ago Sadbhav raises Rs 210 crore from anchor investors ahead of IPO DNA India, 1 day ago
Sadbhav Infra has already anchored Rs 210 cr out of the total IPO size of Rs 491 cr: Nitin Patel, ED
Nitin Patel's Sadbhav Infra is the first company totally dedicated to the BOT model that is going for an IPO. In an interview with ET Now, Nitin Patel, Executive Director, Sadbhav Infra speaks about the Engineering, Procurement and Construction industry. ET ...Economic Times, 1 day ago
We are entering a period of turbulence, but you can profit off that volatility, notes Akash Prakash. More than four years of underperformance has turned everyone into an emerging markets bear. First it was the "taper tantrum" of 2013, which battered the currencies of the "fragile five" economies (including India) that were running large current account and fiscal deficits. Subsequently, we have had the collapse in commodity prices; they have more than halved in the last 12 months (the ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago
There are signs of gloom. People have already begun grumbling, even accusing the government of causing a slowdown. A major pointer is the dipping flow of investments into India (see chart). Is the Indian economy sinking? Maybe not. There are good ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Money is being released and the government knows it will have to front-run private investment, notes Akash Prakash. I had the privilege of spending four days in India over the past fortnight as part of an investment tour organised by Morgan Stanley. Two days as part of their annual India conference and two as one of the participants of a chief information officer (CIO) tour. We met policymakers, industrialists and independent experts. I must say I went back from the trip more positive.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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