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How structural growth and stable funding anchor Indian and Indonesian financiers' resilience

India’s domestically-driven economy and Indonesia’s commodity-led exports should provide some resilience despite a more challenging operating environment characterised by higher global inflation, rising interest rates and liquidity tightening. Elaine Koh, senior director for Asia-Pacific non-bank financial institutions at Fitch Ratings discusses the prospects for India and Indonesia’s finance and leasing sector in the current economic environment.

BPEA Credit closes $475 million fund, its largest to date

The alternative investor’s third India credit fund has closed with three times the amount of capital contributions as its next largest vehicle. Managing director and head of credit, Kachan Jain, spoke to FA about opportunity to provide credit in India’s substantial mid-market.
November 08, 2022

India’s private equity wave shows no signs of breaking

Following a surge in activity last year, India’s PE industry has had a less frenetic 2022, but the pace of dealmaking is expected to stay brisk, drawing the likes of Ontario Teachers’ and CPP Investments.
October 18, 2022

All eyes on India

With the government pushing reform across its domestic capital controls, India seems to be riding high amid capital market uncertainty. Will 2022 see it become the destination of choice for international investment?
September 13, 2022