Warburg Pincus has more than USD 44 billion in private equity assets under management and an active portfolio of more than 140 companies
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, V Vaidyanathan, Executive Chairman of Capital First spoke about the latest happenings in his company and sector.
With the second round of investment, the American PE firm's total investment in Kalyan Jewellers has increased to Rs 1,700 crore. It had invested Rs 1,200 crore in 2014.
Shares of ICICI Bank gained 2 percent intraday Thursday after a media report suggested that global private equity firms are looking to acquire Fairfax's shareholding in general insurance company ICICI Lombard.
Media reports suggest that Warburg Pincus is likely to pick up a 40% stake in Tata Technologies (an engineering solutions and IT product developing arm of Tata Motors).
The firm, which was acquired by Warburg Pincus in 2008 for 565 million pounds (USD 695.57 million) could fetch around 640 million pounds, including debt, at a multiple of around eight times core earnings, two of the sources said.
Warburg Pincus, a leading global private equity firm focused on growth investing, Wednesday announced that it will hold an equity stake of approximately 14 percent in PVR Limited, India's largest film and retail entertainment company for approximately Rs 820 Crores.
InterGlobe Aviation shares gained nearly 2 percent intraday Monday after a media report indicated that overseas investment firms are looking for controlling stake in parent company's travel reservation subsidiary.
This is the fourth and largest round of capital raised by the company, with previous capital coming from a number of investors including SAIF Partners and Singapore Post, Rivigo said in a statement.
Recently, the company ordered 1,200 medium and heavy commercial vehicles from Ashok Leyland to expand its pan India fleet.
Lighting division in FY16 (which contributed 48 percent to total turnover) registered revenue growth of 24 percent at Rs 1,472 crore, cash profit growth of 27 percent and profit growth of 28 percent over the corresponding previous year.
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The deal of 2015 that stands out the most is the buyout of Mumbai's iconic Lincoln House by the suave deal maker Cyrus Poonawala from the US government worth a whopping Rs 750 crore making it the largest residential real estate deal in the country.
Some of the big-ticket investments in the last 6 months include, Singapore's GIC investing USD 300 million in DLF's upcoming projects. Two, Warburg Pincus and Goldman Sachs together investing USD 350 million in Piramal Realty
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In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Anand Piramal, Executive Director of Piramal Group the funds will be utilised for existing as well as new projects and for acquiring additional land.
UTI AMC, which runs the country's oldest fund house UTI MF, had earlier also planned to launch an IPO, but it had to shelve its plans way back in 2008 due to adverse market conditions, despite having got all regulatory clearances.
The proceeds will be used to expand Piramal Realty's portfolio and acquire marquee land parcels in and around the Mumbai, Piramal Group Executive Director Anand Piramal said.
Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) is looking at ports in Karaikal, Kattupalli and Gangavaram with the intention of acquiring one of them as the firm aims to expand its presence in the port business.
Shares of L&T Finance Holdings climbed 9 percent intraday Tuesday. Sources told CNBC-TV18 that American private equity firm Warburg Pincus is in talks to buy 25 percent equity stake in the company.