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    1. Five hot jobs for you this summer

      Five hot jobs for you this summer

      Five hot jobs for you this summer By Ritwik Mukherjee May 21 2016 , Kolkata Tags: Weekend Cover , Jobs India has come a long way in the technology ecosphere and is slowly but steadily inching its way to become a startup nation Classical management theorists say the thin line between success and failure of a business entirely depends on how efficiently business overheads, especially the largest chunk of the cost pie — manpower — is managed.

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    2. Equitas Holdings seeks to mop up over Rs 2,100 cr

      You are here » Home » My Stocks Equitas Holdings seeks to mop up over Rs 2,100 cr Tags: Companies , Stake Sale Equitas, which has 93% foreign shareholding, has to bring this down to below 49% by April 2017 The Chennai-based Equitas Holdings, the first small finance bank to enter the IPO market, is looking to raise Rs 2,176 crore from the public, making it one of the largest issues in the recent times. The issue, which opens on April 5, proposes to mop up Rs 720 crore fresh capital.

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    3. New technologies at workplace altering internal communication - mydigitalfc.com

      New technologies at workplace altering internal communicationmydigitalfc.comIt meant you were someone important in the organisation,” says James Thomas, country manager, India operations of Kronos, the global human resource management solutions company. Nobody thinks a second time about having an email ID anymore.
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    4. Helion ties up $255m for third venture fund

      Helion Venture Partners has closed its third fund of $255 million, thereby bringing the total capital under management to over $600 million. The third fund sees participation from Limited Partners across all key geographies, with a noted rise in interest from Asian investors. Helion, in its sixth year, will continue to invest in early to mid-stage businesses with a focus on technology innovation and consumer demand driven businesses in India. The fund will look at deal sizes between $2 million a
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    5. Baring, Sequoia and Sigular pick up 4.75% stake in Manappuram

      A day after announcing the promoters’ intent to sell stake in the company, Manappuram Finance has announced the sale of 4.75 per cent in the company to three private equity investors. Baring PE India, Sequoia Capital and Siguler Guff picked up 4.75 per cent stake in the company on Wednesday, said the company in a statement on Thursday. The promoters raised Rs 144.65 crore through the sale of 36.12 million shares of the company at a price of Rs 40.04 per share. The sale price was at a 9 per cent
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    6. Vasan gets $100m fund from GIC

      Daycare specialty services chain, Vasan Healthcare has announced that it has received $100 million from Singapore’s sovereign fund Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC). GIC has made the investment through its affiliates for a minority stake in Vasan. Financial Chronicle had reported the $100 million investment by the PE firm in July 2011. GIC joins Sequoia Capital and WestBridge Capital, as the investors in the specialty eye care and dental care company. “We are delighted to begi
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    7. Ujjivan raises Rs 128 crore from Dutch and Mauritius PE funds

      Ujjivan Financial Services, one of the leading MFIs in the country has raised Rs 127.9 crore ($25.5 million) from its existing investors, a Dutch and a Mauritius PE Fund—Netherlands Development Finance Company (known as FMO) and WCP Mauritius Holdings III (Wolfensohn Capital Partners). The funds raising came close on the heels of another leading MFI-Bandhan Financial Services raising nearly Rs 160 crore from IFC. This incidentally is WCP’s first exposure to Indian MFI sector. Ujjivan’s existing
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    8. Venture funds may also hurt business, and how!

      Venture funds may also hurt business, and how!mydigitalfc.com“Most companies don't know how to let VCs go,” says R Ramaraj, senior adviser at Sequoia Capital. “They come with time-bound agendas and have their deadlines to meet. The only way for a VC to regain its money is to exit. Entrepreneurs should be shrewd ...
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