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Joji Thomas Philip is the founder and editor-in-chief at DEALSTREETASIA. He is passionate about news and views, and believes this venture, his first stint at entrepreneurship, can make a difference, in the new media landscape that is emerging in this region.
After moving to Singapore in mid-2013, he has been Mint, India’s best business daily and a Wall Street Journal partnered publication. Joji enhanced his business journalism skills during a seven-year stint ending June 2013 with The Economic Times, where he reported on communications and telecoms, and was a senior-assistant editor, as well as the newspaper’s youngest vertical head.
Before The Economic Times, Joji covered telecoms and defence for Business Standard and he began his career as a city reporter with The New Indian Express in India.
When he is not working, or even when working, he enjoys tracking a wide range of sports, especially European soccer across different leagues, and is among the legion of long suffering Liverpool fans.
A passionate motorcyclist, but Singapore’s rules has forced Joji to spend most of his time at DEALSTREETASIA’s office, often dreaming of his past rides to Tibet, the Himalayas and Bhutan.
One of the reasons for increased maturity is investment bankers becoming more diligent, he says.
Only those PE-backed companies that have built up enough scale and profitability have been able to opt for initial share sales.
Chatri sees ONE Championship achieve unicorn status in the next 12 months.
Emerald Media, which was established as a pan-Asian media platform to focus on early to mid-level assets by private equity firm KKR, plans to deploy the entire $300 million it got by the end of next year, managing director Rajesh Kamat said in an interaction. According to the firm, whose investments… Read more »
Asia (East Asia Pacific and South Asia together) accounts for the largest exposure in IFC’s funds portfolio.
The customer-facing end of the payments engine in India will be owned by large and deep-pocketed entities, says Gupta.
The former Cisco Systems director has joined IAN as managing partner for its maiden fund.
‘A significant driver of interest in India has been recycling of capital’.
Verlinvest Asia’s Cator on his investment mantra, why exits are hard to come by, and the big cause of concern for investors who committed capital to India.
Indian drug makers, whose business models have been under pressure as revenues from the US generic market grow at a slower pace, will have to move away from playing the cost game and focus on innovation to move to the next level, and the potential for innovation offers a bright… Read more »