• Significant increase in Corporate Debt Restructuring proposals, and many good assets are in the stressed list 

  • Increasing ratio of Non-Performing Assets of PSU banks with 1.47% in 2012 as compared to 1% in 2009 

  • Untapped opportunities for equity investments as special situations funds focus on large Indian companies and distressed debt space 

Overview

Many Indian companies are going through stress and offer a good opportunity for investment. Small and Medium Enterprises particularly are often not well equipped to deal with stress such enterprises find it difficult to access capital and expertise to turnaround. Turnaround possibilities depend on the levels of stress mildly stressed to companies facing liquidation. There is a large untapped opportunity for equity investments in small and medium sized enterprises. The Tata Capital Special Situations Fund - Trust is a private equity fund focussed on turnaround opportunities.

The Fund focuses on investing in companies with under-utilized capacities, high leverage, low profitability compared to industry and which have a potential to grow with financial and operating inputs. Towards this, the Fund seeks to bring in expertise from within as well as outside the Tata group, to help the turnaround process. The Fund expects that the promoter, the management, its customers, its suppliers and all its stake holders have a need to and a benefit from the turnaround of the company.

 

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