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  • November 1, 2017

    Baring Scores 4th Exit in a month with Vardhman

    PE investor lands returns of `232 crore, for the 3-3.5% stake it held in its five-year old bet

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  • October 19, 2017

    Key is to deliver returns over a 20-year period

    Private Equity(PE) firm Barings India recently made three exits - Muthoot Finance, Marico India and Godrej Consumer - earning 2.4X, 3.4X and 2.7X, respectively.

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  • October 6, 2017

    Baring PE exits Muthoot Finance, it's third in 3 weeks

    It had invested `177 crore in the Kochi-headquartered financial institution.

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  • April 18, 2016

    Making it to the Top

    What make a good CEO? There is no unique answer because a lot depends on the stage of a company's evolution and its context.

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  • March 10, 2016

    Why PSU Bank Mergers May Not Be A Good Idea

    The sharp rise in bad loans in domestic banking system has weighed on economic development and forced the government to explore measures to revive state-run lenders. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley last week said that the government was looking at consolidation in the banking sector, hinting at merger of smaller state-run banks with bigger, strong ones.

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  • May 21, 2014

    Ways to crank up the economy

    The new government needs to fit the numerous obstacles to running a business - and closing it down.

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  • April 20, 2013

    Baring India to stay Invested in Muthoot

    Private equity firm Baring India is not looking to offfload or sell its equity holdings in Muthoot Finance and Manappuram Finance for now, Munish Dayal, a partner with this firm, has said

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  • February 11, 2012

    Who killed the retail investors

    Better regulatoty oversight is needed to shield minority shareholders and woo them back to the market

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  • Sep 29, 2012

    Pharma industries need to look sustaining growth post 2015

    Baring Private Equity Partners India perceives that India pharma will now need to look at sustaining its growth momentum post 2015 when there will be no major drugs going off patent. Patents of around $13 billion worth blockbuster drugs expired in 2007 and another $60 billion worth patented drugs would expire by 2012. As a result, the global market will have new generics worth $73 billion.

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  • July 20, 2012

    Baring's Bet on Manappuram may be paying off

    Baring Private Equity Partners India was probably the lone institutional investor buying shares in Manappuram Finance at two-and-a-half-years lows when investors fled in droves after the regulator moved to arrest a bubble in March, a move thatwould curb credit growth by at least a third in some cases.

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  • June 14, 2012

    PE Investors bet on FMCG

    The consumer story in India makes fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) space an attractive destination for private equity and venture capital investors.

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  • Spetember 08, 2011

    India still hot pick for PE firms

    DESPITE the global economic meltdown and regulatory hurdles in India, private equity firms continue to look forward to invest in India and work with the right entrepreneurs to expand reach and augment size and scale.

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  • September 02, 2011

    Does PE need stricter policies

    Private Equity in India is still an immature industry and has developed only since 2004. As India moves towards its next phase of growth, a flourishing VC and PE industry will need a sound legal and regulatory frmaework to support its growth.

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  • May 26, 2011

    Challenges of funding in life sciences industry

    The life sciences industry in India has attracted $ 1.0 billion in investments from global Private Equity (PE) funds over the last five years.

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  • Seduced By Statistics _World Economic Forum_Davos 2011

    That 9% growth rate can happen on auto pilot. What’s needed is some pro-active policy-making to unleash the real growth potential.

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