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Investcorp close to acquiring IDFC’s realty, PE business in India

Investcorp is said to be particularly interested in the real estate part of the business given the quality and the track record of the current team managing the real estate fund.

Barclays India’s Bhavin Shukla quits, to join JP Morgan

At Barclays, Shukla held the role of head of Indian infrastructure coverage.

Private equity fundraising sees a slow down globally in Q1 2018: Preqin

Q1 2018 saw the smallest amount of capital raised in the first quarter of any year since 2015.

India: Avendus Capital’s Ocean Dial Asset Management launches equities-focused fund

The asset manger is looking to raise up to Rs1,500 crore for the new fund.

India: Bumper listing of E2E Networks may open up viable exit gate for VCs

Experts believe that the successful IPO and post-listing performance of E2E networks will open the opportunity for other VC-backed companies to unlock value and provide exit route to their investors

India: Sansera Engineering looks to raise up to $147m via IPO

The company backed by US-based private investment group The Rohatyn Group (TRG) is looking for a valuation of around Rs3,000 crore.

India: Asset manager Proprium Capital to invest $100m in MPL

Proprium Capital is said to be investing in MPL to build a warehousing platform that will develop, own and operate industrial warehouses.

Everstone-owned Burger King India evaluating IPO to fund growth plans

Everstone owns and operates Burger King’s branded restaurants across India and Indonesia as part of its F&B Asia Ventures platform.

India: Federal Bank to sell 26% stake in NBFC unit to True North

The investment will help FedFina augment its capital base and grow its branch network

India: Avendus in talks to raise $300m fund for consumer startup investments

The latest fund from Avendus will add to the firm’s growing alternative asset management business, which is currently focused on listed companies and has assets under management of more than $1.3 billion.