How KKR India reached a debt end
The marquee private equity firm’s strategy of lending to growth companies and risky turnarounds has backfired badly, denting its reputation as a savvy financier
Krishna Gopalan - January 24, 2020
Credit risk haunts debt funds
Potential credit downgrades and defaults look worrisome for debt mutual funds
Jash Kriplani - September 25, 2015
Why open-end income funds need a rehaul
Illiquidity and an asset liability mismatch are persistent issues
Jash Kriplani - September 21, 2015
Will Vivek Sehgal's gambit pay off?
A stretched balance sheet and an uncertain global auto market could upset Motherson Sumi’s grand plans
Rashmi K Pratap - February 24, 2016
Why Warburg Pincus lost its midas touch
From its legendary Bharti deal that put India on the private equity map to making dud investments that eroded 90% in value, Warburg Pincus has seen it all. Now, can it regain its mojo?
Krishna Gopalan - December 21, 2015