TGP picks up 0.93 per cent in Reliance Jio for Rs 4,546 crore

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June 14, 2020 3:45 AM

With this investment, Jio Platforms has raised Rs 102,432.45 crore from leading global technology investors, including Facebook, Silver Lake, Vista Equity Partners, General Atlantic, KKR, Mubadala, ADIA, and TPG since April 22.

The investment will translate into a 0.93% equity stake in Jio Platforms on a fully diluted basis for TPG.The investment will translate into a 0.93% equity stake in Jio Platforms on a fully diluted basis for TPG.

Reliance Industries and Jio Platforms on Saturday said global alternative asset firm TPG will invest Rs 4,546.80 crore in Jio Platforms at an equity value of Rs 4.91 lakh crore and an enterprise value of Rs 5.16 lakh crore. The investment will translate into a 0.93% equity stake in Jio Platforms on a fully diluted basis for TPG.

With this investment, Jio Platforms has raised Rs 102,432.45 crore from leading global technology investors, including Facebook, Silver Lake, Vista Equity Partners, General Atlantic, KKR, Mubadala, ADIA, and TPG since April 22.

TPG is a leading global alternative asset firm founded in 1992 with more than $79 billion of assets under management across a wide range of asset classes, including private equity, growth equity, real estate and public equity. Over TPG’s more than 25-year history, the firm has built an ecosystem made up of hundreds of portfolio companies and a value-added network of professionals, executives, and advisors around the world.
Its investments in global technology companies include Airbnb, Uber, and Spotify, among others.

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