While painting an optimistic picture about India as an investment destination, the report did warn that if Indian investment portfolios did not offer among the best returns adjusted for risk, overseas Indians could choose other investment destinations.
Indian real estate emerges from seemingly bottomless depths of the Covid sinkhole. Institutional investments into the sector rose 17% and private equity investments recorded 24% on-year growth in the September quarter.
Dealmaking in South Asia's largest economy rose in the first seven months of 2021 as many foreign investors with deep pockets flushed Indian startups with fresh funds.
India's real estate sector, which is a $200-billion market, is gradually coming out of the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and is on the path to become a $1 trillion industry by 2030.
The mega liquidity unleashed by the U.S. and European central banks, low yields and the declining dollar is forcing large LP to increase their allocations towards higher yield generating and growing emerging markets.
"I want to see India flourish as a cleantech hub of Asia, producing and deploying clean technologies and playing a critical role in global clean supply chains," John Kerry stated.
<p>The head of India's markets regulator urged institutional investors such as mutual funds to be more activist in their dealings with companies they have invested in to protect the interests of minority shareholders.</p>
In the past six months, India has had roughly one initial public offering (IPO) every week. The IPO mania is well and truly and so is the practice of flipping newly acquired shares soon after a stock lists on the bourses.
You should gear up for more venture capital activity in India this year as deal momentum seen in calendar 2020 is expected to continue into 2021 as well, according to a new report.
Venture capital funding in India will likely stay strong this year, carrying on the sharp recovery in investment activity to pre-covid levels during the second half of 2020.