PE, VC investors hopeful of tide turning in 2017; dry powder swells to $5.65 bn

The investment tide that ebbed in 2016 is likely to turn in 2017. As investors turned cautious this year refusing to part with their cash, and in turn, leaving a crunch in the market that saw startups as well as small and medium enterprises gasping for funds, there are indications that a new dawn is just around the corner.

At least 36 new investment funds have been launched in the past 10 months by existing as well as new set of investors, thus, indicating that investors’ faith in India growth story is intact. More than 38% of these funds have been raised already and their managers have already begun scouting for good investment opportunities.

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