Tiger Global Management, LLC is an employee owned investment manager. It provides its services to private funds that are pooled investment vehicles. The firm manages hedge funds and private equity funds. It invests in the public equity markets across the globe. The firm employs long/short strategy to make its investments. It employs fundamental analysis to create its portfolios. The firm employs a combination of in-house and external research to make its investments. The firm invests in companies in operating across diversified sectors. For private equity investments, it specializes in investing in early stage companies, growth companies, and start-ups and prefers to have ten-year investment...
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New York, NY 10019
Founded in 2001
Tiger Global May Reportedly Exit Investment in Little
Aug 25 16
Tiger Global Management LLC is reportedly in the process of selling its stake in Little Internet Pvt. Ltd. to Paytm Mobile Solutions Private Limited. Little's co-founder Manish Chopra denied any such development while Paytm's spokesperson declined to comment. A Tiger Global spokesperson responsed that it has no comments to offer regarding the query.
Capital Square Partners Acquired 55% Stake In Indecomm Global Services
Aug 8 16
Capital Square Partners has acquired about 55% stake in Indecomm Global Services (India) Private Limited according to the sources familiar with the matter. This deal marks Capital Square’s third acquisition in the Indian IT services industry in last three years. The deal is reportedly valued at $90 million gave exit to three early shareholders— WestBridge Capital Partners LLC, Tiger Global Management LLC and International Finance Corporation.
NSE Initiates Listing Plans
Feb 26 16
National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE) formed a listing committee to kick-start the process of going public and to step up engagement with shareholders on its share sale plan. "The Board of NSE has formed a listing committee, comprising of board members, shareholders and management representatives to accelerate the process of listing and to assist the Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer in implementing the same,” NSE said in a statement. The committee would be required to engage with NSE shareholders on the issue of proposed restructuring of the bourse and for self-listing. NSE shareholders include Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), State Bank of India (SBI), The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS), Tiger Global Management LLC and Citigroup Strategic Holdings Mauritius Ltd. The listing committee would prepare a report on the listing requirements which will be presented to the Stakeholders Relations Committee (SRC) for its review and later would need to be approved by the NSE Board. SBI said that it has got shareholders'' approval to raise up to INR 150 billion by public issue or overseas issuance of shares. The bank had convened a general meeting to obtain shareholders’ approval to raise the said amount. "The General Meeting was convened to obtain the shareholders'' approval, to create, offer, issue and allot such number of equity shares of Re 1 each, not exceeding INR 150 billion or such amount as may be approved by the Government and the RBI", it said in a BSE filing. SBI said the issue will be subject to the condition that the Government shareholding in the bank's equity share capital does not fall below 52% at any point of time. The fund to be raised will help the bank to meet global risk norms under Basel III, which the banks needs to be fully compliant with by March 2019. The money can be raised by either of the ways including public issue, rights issue or private placement, such as qualified institutional placement (QIP) or Global Depository Receipt or American Depository Receipt or any another mode or a combination, as may be decided by the Board, it said.