With regard to the amazing deal flow supply and demand associated with India, we’d like to invite you to the Private Equity Conclave 2012 to be held in multiple locations actross the coutry in the upcoming spring.
The event will be devoted to the topic of Private Equity (PE) in India and will take place as follows:
- Mumbai – 13th April
- New Delhi – 27th April
- Bangalore – 11th May
The conclave will offer an overview and discussion on PE Investment as a source of Finance, the opportunities and potential of PE investment in India, the key issues in deal making, the existing legal regime for PE investments and the corresponding transactional issues.
During the all-day seminars speakers from Deloitte and Khaittan & Co. will share their expertise and insights on the matter.
Invited are Private Equity Investors form India and abroad, Managing Directors, Directors of Strategic Operations, Chief Financial and Operation Officers, Financial Controllers, Corporate Lawyers, Banking Professionals, Professional Advisers and all other parties involved and interested in the sector.
Organizer of the event is Achromic Point Consulting, an India-based international consultancy providing corporate in-house trainings, market entry and brand building assistance to foreign companies, and organization of workshops, seminars and events.
The delegate fee amounts for 11, 995 INR + 12.36% Service Tax.
For more information regarding the event and the registration process, please send an email at: email@example.com
Some additional remarks on Private Equity in India:
India is one of the most dynamic PE markets in the world. According to the 2011 Report by Bain and Company the total PE deal value in India in 2010 amounts US$9.5 billion, including venture capital, infrastructure PE investments and real estate investments. Deal activity in India has recovered more quickly than in other Asia-Pacific countries attaining the highest growth rates in the region.
Various factors influence the PE sector in India.On the one hand economic volatility and limited regulatory support create risks and challenges to PE. On the other hand the country’s growth rate continue to attract PE interest in India and PE is increasingly considered attractive as an alternative source of capital to the banks by businesses.
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