53 VC/PE transactions recorded in Feb’15


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Mumbai, 2 March 2015: February continued to witness robust PE deal activity in India, all though the amount of money invested dropped compared to January. 53 deals were reported in Feb’15, compared to 56 in the previous month, and 42 in February. In the first 2 months of 2015, 109 deals have been reported, as compared to 86 in the first 2 months of 2014. Aggregate investment amount reported in Feb’15 was $696m, a sharp growth over $337m reported in Feb’14. In Jan-Feb’15, $2.1b of investment has been reported, as compared to a $534m in Jan-Feb’14. The sectoral trends persist. Internet related businesses continue to attract VC/PE money. As many as 17 transactions were internet-driven business models. In value terms, though, the largest internet transaction was $26m, while transactions in real economy sectors of Healthcare, and Real Estate easily topped that. TPG Capital’s $146m investment in hospital chain Manipal Health Enterprises was the largest transaction of Feb’14.


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www.indiabusinessreports.com VC/PE deals in India – Feb 2015 Sector: Venture Capital BFSI Feb 2015

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53 deals reported in Feb ’1 5 www.indiabusinessreports.com 2 VC/PE investments in India 44 42 47 49 24 50 40 35 64 59 52 50 59 53 JAN-14 FEB-14 MAR-14 APR-14 MAY-14 JUN-14 JUL-14 AUG-14 SEP-14 OCT-14 NOV-14 DEC-14 JAN-15 FEB-15 NO OF DEALS Source: India Business Reports

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696 million in disclosed amount www.indiabusinessreports.com 3 VC/PE investments in India Amount invested available only for 45deals 8 deals chose not to disclose details Source: India Business Reports - 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Jan-14 Feb-14 Mar-14 Apr-14 May-14 Jun-14 Jul-14 Aug-14 Sep-14 Oct-14 Nov-14 Dec-14 Jan-15 Feb-15 Amount million

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23 investments were Angel/Early stage rest Growth/Late stage 02-03-2015 4 VC/PE investments in India Feb15 Angel/Early Growth/Late Feb14 Angel/Early Growth/Late TTM Angel/Early Growth/Late Source: India Business Reports

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Internet related businesses attract maximum deals www.indiabusinessreports.com 5 VC/PE investments in India Sectors Feb15 Feb14 TTM Internet 17 6 108 IT/ITES 7 8 97 Healthcare 5 5 53 Media Entertainment 3 5 42 BFSI 3 4 52 Real Estate SPVs 5 2 45 Education 0 2 24 Food Beverages 3 1 27 Others 10 9 130  Internet related businesses continues to attract maximum VC/PE interest.  As many as a third of all transactions were targeted towards e-comm or other types of internet driven businesses.  IT/ITES businesses attracted 7 deals while healthcare media entertainment and BFSI remained popular Source: India Business Reports

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Top 10 transactions of Feb ’1 5 Target Investor s Amount m Industry Manipal Health Enterprises TPG Capital 146 Healthcare/Pharma Assetz Property Equis Funds Group 116 Real Estate Manthan Software Services Temasek Holdings Norwest Venture Partners 60 IT/ITES Jain Housing and Construction GIC Pvt Ltd 38 Real Estate Adarsh Developers Piramal Fund Management Aditya Birla PE 33 Real Estate Practo Technologies Sequoia Capital Matrix Partners 30 IT/ITES Firstcry.com Valiant Capital Partners 26 Internet PC Jeweller Limited Creador Advisors 23 Gems Jewellary Faasos Food Services Pvt Lightbox Ventures Sequoia Capital 20 Food Beverage Ipca Laboratories ChrysCapital 20 Healthcare/Pharma www.indiabusinessreports.com 6 VC/PE investments in India Source: India Business Reports internet

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