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  • More than growth

    June 2014 Edition; Private Equity International

    Today there are Indian companies that are no longer defined by their home market. Some local GPs are now starting to help them go further, faster

    Mr. Padmanabh (Paddy) Sinha Mr. Gautham Radhakrishnan Mr. Bobby Pauly

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    Good time to invest in export-oriented businesses

    August 29, 2013; Business Standard

    While the Rupee has depreciated at a CAGR of four to five per cent over the last two decades, movements have usually been in step functions with sharp movements followed by periods of stability.

    Mr. Padmanabh (Paddy) Sinha

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    Consumption-driven sectors appear interesting

    May 7, 2013; The Hindu Business Line

    Mr. Padmanabh Sinha in an interview with Business Line said funds need to differentiate to avoid the risk of 'winner's curse' while participating in auctions.

    Mr. Padmanabh (Paddy) Sinha

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    Tata's PE arm eyes buyout deals worth about $300 million

    April 24, 2013; Business Standard

    After taking charge of the PE arm of the $80-billion Tata Group, Paddy has added another feather in his cap - he has raised a maiden $600 million (about Rs. 3,264 crore) fund, the largest India-focused fund raised in the last 5 years.

    Mr. Padmanabh (Paddy) Sinha

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    Executive Access - Interview with Paddy Sinha

    July 2012; Executive Access

    Executive Access interviews Mr. Paddy Sinha on the current PE scenario in India as well as the progress of the Tata Opportunities Fund.

    Mr. Padmanabh (Paddy) Sinha

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    Home Improvement

    July / August 2012; PE Asia

    Tata Group, one of India's oldest family-owned conglomerates moved into provate equity around 2008 and two years later launched the Tata Opportunities Fund with a target of $1 bn.Seventy percent of the fund's capital will be invested in Tata-owned companies, making deal sourcing all that much easier, Mukund Rajan, Managing Director of the fund tells Clare Burrows.

    Dr. Mukund Rajan

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    Revisiting strategy to reap reward

    February 20, 2012; The Hindu, Kolkata

    Private Equity has come into its own in India over the past six years. The funds raised by corporate India from private equity investors (over Rs. 250,000 crore in total) have been over 60 percent higher than funds raised from the capital markets (around Rs. 150,000 crore).

    Dr. Mukund Rajan

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