Investment growth may slow down this year

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Published: January 25, 2020 5:50:41 AM

Although the outlook for 2020 is positive, investment growth is expected to slow down to about 15-20% in 2020, according to a IVCA-E

economy, india economyThe year 2020 is expected to be a good year for exits because a huge stock of small and mid-cap companies has built up over the past 18 months where PE/VC investors have a substantial stake, the report said.

Although the outlook for 2020 is positive, investment growth is expected to slow down to about 15-20% in 2020, according to a IVCA-EY report. Most PE/VC investors are expected to continue investing in financial services, IT, e-commerce, retail consumer finance and healthcare. The year 2020 is expected to be a good year for exits because a huge stock of small and mid-cap companies has built up over the past 18 months where PE/VC investors have a substantial stake, the report said.

For the first time, buyouts emerged as the largest deal type that accounted for over one-third of PE/VC investments in 2019.

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