MUMBAI: Home-grown private equity fund Everstone Capital is looking at selling its 45% stake in JS Hospitality , the company that runs Pind Balluchi chain of restaurants. The fund is expected to make 2-2.5 times its five yearold investment, said three people with direct knowledge of the deal.In January 2012, Everstone picked up 45% stake in JS Chadha-run JS Hospitality for $20 million. The company runs 35 Pind Balluchi restaurants, mostly in the National Capital Region.
MUMBAI: Tata Group may hire Sumit Dhingra , a senior banker from private equity fund Everstone Capital who specialises in the consumer and F&B sector, to help strategise its consumer and retail facing businesses, sources said.Several investment bankers have joined the Tata Group after N Chandrasekaran took over its reins earlier this year.
Prem Watsa's Fairfax Financial Holdings is in advance negotiations with Infibeam Incorporation Limited, India 's only listed and profitable ecommerce company, to pick up a minority 10-12 per cent stake for around Rs 1,200-1,500 crore, said three people with direct knowledge of the development.The move is aimed at creating the war chest to fund the expansion plan of the e-retailer through the inorganic route.Founded by former Amazon employee Vishal Mehta a decade ago, Infibeam is the only...
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