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Latest Articles in private equity

Sebi Eases Startup Funding Norms, Bars PE-Promoter Side Deals

Clamping down on secret profit-sharing agreements between private equity funds and promoters of listed firms, Sebi has restrained them from entering into any such pact without prior approval of the board and public shareholders

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Stock Market Trading : Three Things To Know

Trading or long term investing - what would you recommend to a retail investor? Is it true that retail investors tend to lose money when they trade aggressively?

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Realty In A Morass?

Sluggish sales, delays in new projects and a huge backlog have turned middle-class dreams of owning a home into a nightmare

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In India, Private Equity Firms See New Allure In Old World Retail

Malls are evolving from ramshackle collections of stores to modern plazas complete with air conditioning and family entertainment centres, are seen as a gateway to brands that a growing middle class aspires to own

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How To Dodge A Stock Market Bubble

The precise dynamics of a bubble are too complex, but it's a well-known fact that they are fueled by a combination of exuberance and foolhardiness

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Deal Activity Hits A Bump

What’s interesting is that PE deal flow has also taken a hit with investors taking a cautious approach towards fresh investments in the startup ecosystem which attracted capital in hordes from risk capital investors last year. The value of PE deals dipped to $518 million this year from $1,248 million in May 2015

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Brexit: No Big Impact On PE Flows Into Indian Realty

Brexit could bring short term opportunity for international investors although market sentiment will remain cautious

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Of Deals And Dealmakers

The dealmakers in this special issue of BW Businessworld, anchored by our deputy editor and banking specialist Raghu Mohan, have passed the satisfaction test Alan Greenspan talks about

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Healthcare Sector At Inflection Point

Looking at the recent success of the healthcare IPOs and several large strategic and private equity deals happening in the sector we believe that healthcare will continue to be the most preferred sector for investments

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PE, VC Investments Fall By Over 50% In May, Says Grant Thornton Report

PE and VC firms invested a mere $518 million in May 2016, while last year the invested figure stood at $1,248 million

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4 Mutual Fund Myths Debunked

As a product, Mutual Funds have gained in popularity over the past few years, with the stock markets breaking out in 2012 after a long hiatus

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Why Balanced Funds Are Good For Investors

These funds work when markets are choppy or steady, and suit both seasoned as well as newbie conservative to moderately aggressive investors

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Venture Capitalists, Private Equity Players Are In Wait And Watch Mode

Experts are of the view that risk capital investors such as private equity and venture capital firms are preferring to adopt a wait and watch policy before pumping into more capital into startups as it is now time for the budding entrepreneurs to deliver

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Time Inc Considers Taking On Private Equity Partner For Yahoo Bid

The deliberations on finding a partner to help fund the potential deal underscore Time Inc's limited resources. Yahoo's web business is estimated to be worth several billion of dollars more than Time Inc's market capitalisation of just $1.6 billion

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Blackstone Nears Deal To Buy HP Enterprise Stake In MphasiS

Bids for buying the MphasiS stake were submitted earlier this month and the US private equity firm has emerged as the front-runner for taking majority ownership of the Indian IT services exporter

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