Good time for exits in India but challenging for investments: Abhishek Sharman, Carpediem Capital

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It expects to commit 70% of its fund by the end of this financial year.

IPO investors are willing to pay a premium for quality, says Edelweiss’ Vikas Khemani

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More needs to be done on the regulatory and investor awareness fronts to make infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) successful, Khemani said.


Exclusive: Tech-focussed US fund CerraCap raising $50m vehicle

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Cerracap APAC MD says, the company plans to deploy the new fund over the next 12-18 months.


Patience needed for ASEAN exits: Hanno Stegmann, APACIG

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Hanno Stegmann of APACIG discusses the investment approach and next-generation markets on APACIG’s radar.


Hostile takeovers not likely in India anytime soon, says Khaitan & Co’s Siddharth Shah

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Shah, a partner with law firm Khaitan & Co., decodes the stressed assets investing landscape in India.


India: I am building Nykaa to have a life of its own, says Falguni Nayar

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To be able to legally, legitimately do the inventory model, we stayed away from foreign money and we raised only domestic funding.


Not enough capital goes to fintech in Indonesia: Alpha JWC Ventures’ Jefrey Joe

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The $50 million VC fund is planning to raise its second fund within the next one or two years.


Vickers Venture eyeing early-stage investments in India: Finian Tan

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Singaporean investor Tan has acquired a reputation for his unique ability to spot trends and make decisive bets.


We need more capital for early-stage social enterprises: Shell Foundation’s Sam Parker

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There is a considerable growth of capital chasing later-stage opportunities, but still a significant scarcity of patient, risk-tolerant capital for the early-stage work.


Khazanah-backed HK fintech WeLab looks at SE Asia expansion next year

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For China this year, WeLab’s year-on-year growth was around six to nine times