Investment Trend Alert: An emerging market for employee shares in unlisted companies
In the early 1990s, the stock market acted not only as a primary source of financing to new businesses, but was one of the key avenues for the investor community to allocate capital.Read Time: 4 minutes
Distressed assets in India: Should you invest?
The Indian distressed assets investment landscape has come of age, and we think the time is ripe for discerning investors to step in and pick “value” assets.Read Time: 5 minutes
Rise of owner-fund managers: implications for Indian investors
The phenomenon of the owner-fund manager is gathering momentum and this could change the face of the Indian fund management industry.Read Time: 4 minutes
The Evolving Debt Market: Plan Your Exit Wisely, Just Like Your Investments
Over the past two decades, Indian markets have grown at a tremendous pace.Read Time: 4 minutes
Investing in distress – A gold mine or land mine?
We are witnessing a once in a lifetime fire-sale of assets in India and what makes it exciting is that certain strategic assets can be acquired at a deep discount to its replacement value. Assets that have limited operational issues and are only financial distressed can make for a good acquisition.Read Time: 6 minutes
The increasing role of NBFCs in healthcare financing
India’s healthcare system was ranked at 112 out of 190 countries in World Health Organization (WHO)’s 2000 World Health Report. The pressing question today is how should the country transform its healthcare system? Innovative and agile NBFCs may well prove be the panacea the healthcare industry needs.Read Time: 5 minutes