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About 23 results for "private equity sanjeev krishan"

'A more mature investment phase likely'
Money Today

'A more mature investment phase likely'

Sanjeev Krishan, Leader - Private Equity, PwC India, tells BUSINESS TODAY that implementation of stable policy programmes and better governance standards are important to investors. If these do not happen at the desired pace, it may give rise to challenges. Money Today, 2 months ago

Exits via buybacks hit regulatory hurdles, deals down by 90%

Making exits with decent returns remains a concern among private equity (PE) investors in India. While investors keep trying their luck with alternative exit routes, the buyback route remains the least popular owing to regulatory hurdles. The ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Global PEs take a haircut

On June 20, US-based private equity major Blackstone - one of the early investors in India - sent a late evening communication to the stock exchanges that almost went unnoticed. The US-based fund sold a 5.5 per cent stake in textile exporter ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago
Financial Express

Buyouts by PE firms on the rise as promoters shed non-core biz

Buyouts as private equity (PE) investment options are likely to see a significant rise in coming years as pe funds look for greater control of companies they invest in even as promoters, too, become more willing to part with their non-core ...
 Financial Express2 months ago

PM Modi's 100 days: Quick decisions give corporate India new high

In the first 100 days, the new government has little to show in terms of on-the-ground development. Yet there's a distinct mood change in Corporate India. Coming on the back of four years of uncertainty and policy inaction, it's a huge change.
 Economic Times1 day ago Quick decisions give Deal Street a new high  Economic Times1 day ago PM Modi's 100 days: Corporate India new high; M&A, PE deals on rise  Economic Times2 days ago

Fast growth of e-commerce companies fuelling investor interest

BANGALORE/MUMBAI: No one likes to miss the bus a second time. Investors who missed out on the ecommerce boom in the country that began earlier this decade are keen to make amends this time round. These investors, ranging from private equity and ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

M&A deal may touch $32 bn this year: Experts

Merger and acquisition activity in India is expected to see a significant jump and may touch $32 billion by the end of this year as overseas corporates, which had adopted a wait—and—watch attitude towards the country prior to elections are now ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago Indian M&A deal tally may touch USD 32 bn this year: Experts  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Indian M&A deal tally may touch $ 32 billion this year: Experts  Economic Times1 month ago 'Indian M&A deal tally may touch $ 32 bn this year'  Economic Times1 month ago

Top Management to take control of Reliance PE Fund; CEO Ramesh Venkat, team to buy majority stake from Reliance Capital

MUMBAI: Ramesh Venkat, chief executive officer of Reliance Private Equity Fund, along with his seven -member management team, will buy a majority stake from Reliance Capital in the six-year fund which investedRs 1,000 crore in 8 companies in the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Law firms benefit from rising M&As, seals deals worth $17 bn in six months

MUMBAI: Indian law firms are benefiting strongly from the surge in mergers and acquisitions amid heightened activity thanks to the business optimism generated by the advent of the Narendra Modi government. India's biggest law firm Amarchand & ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Thanks to surge in M&A, law firms help seal deals worth $17 bn in 6 months  Economic Times1 month ago Rising tide of M&As lifts law firm boats  Economic Times1 month ago
Rediff.com

Consumer goods makers in rush to go public

Billionaire bottler Ravi Jaipuria is contemplating listing two companies held by RJ Corp in the next one year.   These include Varun Beverages, which houses his bottling interests, and Devyani International, which manages his fast-food and beverage operations.   Jaipuria has not specified the amount he is looking to raise, but says this is the right time to tap the capital markets.   The 59-year-old Jaipuria is not the only promoter to be considering an initial ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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