Warburg Pincus has sold a 25% stake in India-listed non-banking financial company (NBFC) Capital First to a group of buyers including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private.
Market data indicates that Warburg Pincus sold its 24.3 million shares for INR727.35 each, giving it proceeds of INR17.7 billion ($274 million), while GIC paid INR725 each for its 8.7 million shares, or...
Fund-of-funds Quilvest Capital Partners was an early-mover in PE globally but has maintained a lean profile that speaks to its family office roots. It is pressing ahead with a China and India-focused Asia strategy
Indonesia’s EdenFarm is tackling Indonesia’s fragmented agribusiness space with a B2B fresh produce marketplace that not only helps distribute crops, but helps them grow in the first place
Accounting software provider Hnry has built up a following among freelancers and self-employed tradespeople in New Zealand and Australia. A USD 25m Series B will help it look further afield
For ChrysCapital Partners, raising India’s largest private equity fund reflects the growth in the economy and in the investment opportunity, with bigger deals across more sectors on the agenda