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Warburg Pincus

Max Moritz Warburg was a German-Jewish banker and scion of the wealthy Warburg family based in Hamburg, Germany.

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Airtel to acquire 20% stake in Bharti Telemedia from Warburg Pincus
Business

Airtel to acquire 20% stake in Bharti Telemedia from Warburg Pincus

New Delhi, Feb 17 Bharti Airtel on Wednesday said that it will acquire Warburg Pincus affiliate's 20 per ...

Warburg hikes stake in Home First Finance to 30.62 pc
Maharashtra

Warburg hikes stake in Home First Finance to 30.62 pc

Global private equity firm Warburg Pincus has increased its stake in affordable housing financier Home First by 5.03 per cent, taking its total to 30.62 per cent of the paid-up equity share.

Student housing space may grow at 36% CAGR till 2023
Business

Student housing space may grow at 36% CAGR till 2023

Inventory, or the number of beds in the student housing segment, is likely to grow at the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36 per cent during 2019-2023, according to a report on Thursday.

Lower global rates: An opportunity for the Indian economy (Column: Behind Infra Lines)
National

Lower global rates: An opportunity for the Indian economy (Column: Behind Infra Lines)

(US) Treasury yield dipped below two per cent recently. The Indian market participants must view this move as an opportunity to improve and strengthen the investment markets in India. Low yields in developed markets and the consequent need for higher investment returns from investors are trends that have been evident over the last decade as quantitative easing by central banks has led to a lower interest rate world. The dramatic drop in developed market bond yields in the previous thirty days further emphasises the renewed focus investors will have on seeking higher investment returns.

Lower global rates: An opportunity for the Indian Economy
Business

Lower global rates: An opportunity for the Indian Economy

(US) Treasury yield dipped below two per cent recently. The Indian market participants must view this move as an opportunity to improve and strengthen the investment markets in India.

Airtel Africa may raise $1 bn from stake sale, Nigeria listing on anvil
Business

Airtel Africa may raise $1 bn from stake sale, Nigeria listing on anvil

With its Indian business under heavy pressure due to intense competition, Bharti Airtel is turning to its small overseas profitable arms to save itself, as its prepares to list its Africa unit on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), which is likely to raise $1 billion (around Rs 7,000 crore).

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