Caution on deal street as PE and VC investments dip in the September quarter

Based in Delhi, I track developments both in corporate and economy sectors. In a career spanning since 2003, I track developments pertaining to M&A, PE/VC, startups and healthcare. Prior to joining Forbes, I have had stints with The Economic Times, Businessworld, India Today and Indian Express. I am also a guest faculty at The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (Dhenkenal) where I deliver part-time lectures to young aspiring journalists and teach them the practical side of reporting and editing. And when not working, I love to travel and spend time with my fawn Labrador.

Caution on deal street as PE and VC investments dip in the September quarter
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$3 mln is the median size of early-stage VC deals in North America, according to KPMG

After doling out cheques generously through 2015, private equity investors and venture capitalists are tightening their purse strings in India as major global economies stare at financial uncertainties.

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(This story appears in the 11 November, 2016 issue of Forbes India. You can buy our tablet version from Magzter.com. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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