ChrysCapital Partners has increased its fund size and its commitment to operations in response to a maturation of the Indian market characterized by bigger deals and more opportunities to drive change
Apax Partners has agreed to pay $200 million for a significant minority stake in India and US-based data analytics provider Fractal Analytics.
SoftBank Vision Fund is planning to purchase a stake of up to 38% in Indian e-commerce logistics services provider Delhivery.
Verlinvest has led a INR1.8 billion ($25 million) Series C investment in India’s Drums Food International, best known for the Epigamia yogurt brand.
Bain Capital Private Equity has agreed to acquire a majority stake in US and India-based enterprise technology services company Brillio at an undisclosed price.
Matrix Partners India closed its third fund in speedy fashion despite ongoing woes about consistency in the country’s venture environment. Patience regarding comparisons with China has been critical
India’s NBFC sector has pulled through its recent liquidity issues, but questions remain about the weaknesses that led to the crisis. Investors remain confident but must learn from the experience
The Carlyle Group has promoted Ling Yang, a managing director in the firm’s Shanghai office, to partner. Yang is one of 60 senior promotions announced by Carlyle worldwide, including six in the Asia buyout team.
Sequoia Capital India has led a $40 million Series C funding round for Eruditus Executive Education, a developer of education technology based in India, with participation by existing investor Bertelsmann India Investments.
Indian private equity firm ChrysCapital has closed its eighth fund at $867 million. The vehicle was oversubscribed and the fundraising process took four months.
VC fundraising has been on a roll in Asia as managers raise larger sums to address fast-growing investment opportunities. GPs must consider what – and how much – makes them stand out from the crowd
Sanjiv Kaul, who left a career with pharma giant Ranbaxy to become an investor at ChrysCapital Partners, discusses the evolution of operational capabilities in Indian private equity
Aion Capital Partners, a special situations joint venture between Apollo Global Management and ICICI Venture, has acquired Interglobe Technologies (IGT), the business process outsourcing (BPO) division of Indian travel conglomerate Interglobe Enterprises.
Indian managed accommodation platform operator Zolo has raised $30 million in Series B funding from a group of investors including IDFC Alternatives.
Dhiraj Poddar, a director for TA Associates who heads the GP’s India operations, has been promoted to managing director.
Indian venture capital firm Iron Pillar Capital Management has led a $22 million Series D round for Vyome Therapeutics, a domestic pharmaceuticals developer focused on skin diseases.
Indian online automobile marketplace CarDekho has raised $110 million in Series C funding from investors including Sequoia Capital India, Hillhouse Capital, CapitalG – an investment arm of Alphabet, parent of Google – and Axis Bank.
KKR-backed Radiant Life Care is taking majority control of Indian hospital operator Max Healthcare, three months after agreeing to buy a 49.7% stake held by South Africa’s Life Healthcare Group.
Axiom Asia has closed its fifth regional fund-of-funds at $1.39 billion - beating the target of $1.01 billion - and also raised $210 million for its first dedicated co-investment vehicle.
Naspers has re-upped in Indian online food ordering and delivering platform Swiggy, leading a $1 billion Series H round of funding for the company.
India-based ride-hailing platform Ola has committed $100 million worth of inventory to domestic scooter sharing business Vogo. It is part of a Series A round that also features Matrix Partners India and Stellaris Venture Partners.
Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) and healthcare-focused GP Invascent Capital have invested in Indian pharmaceutical developer Symbiotec Pharmalab, providing an exit for Actis Capital.
Indian private equity firm Multiples Alternative Asset Management has invested INR2.5 billion ($34.8 million) in non-banking finance company (NBFC) APAC Financial Services.
IndoSpace, a joint venture between Everstone Group and US-based Realterm Global that develops Indian industrial and logistics facilities, has closed its third fund at $580 million.