October 23, 2016 12:43 PM ET

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Company Overview of Gaja Capital Partners

Company Overview

Gaja Capital Partners is a private equity firm specializing in investments in smaller end of middle market. The firm provides Series C and growth capital. It also invests in acquisitions and shareholder settlement and considers buy-outs, turnarounds, and pre-IPO deals given an underlying growth thesis. It also invests in listed companies. The firm seeks to invest in services, broad consumer services, manufacturing, infrastructure services, healthcare, human resource, financial services, education, and retail. It focuses on domestic sectors within India. The firm invests between $5 million and $18.36 million (INR 100 crore) in its portfolio companies and between $15 million and $25 million pe...

Senapati Bapat Marg

Kamala Mill Compound

Publicis Zen House, Ground Floor

Lower Parel

Mumbai,  400 013


Founded in 2004


91 22 2490 3047


91 22 2490 3057

Key Executives for Gaja Capital Partners

Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Co-Founder, Managing Partner, and Managing Director
Age: 45
Advisor and Co-Founder
Age: 55
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Gaja Capital Partners Key Developments

Gaja Capital Reportedly Seeks To Exit John Distilleries

Gaja Capital Partners is seeking to sell stake in John Distilleries Limited. Gaja Capital and its investor are evaluating both an initial public offering (IPO) and a secondary share sale to other private equity funds or strategic investors for providing an exit route for Gaja. An IPO could make John Distilleries raise as much as INR 5 billion.

Gaja Capital Partners Presents at The 7th Annual SuperReturn Emerging Markets 2015, Jul-01-2015 10:50 AM

Gaja Capital Partners Presents at The 7th Annual SuperReturn Emerging Markets 2015, Jul-01-2015 10:50 AM. Venue: Hotel Okura, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Speakers: Gopal Jain, Co-Founder, Managing Partner, and Managing Director.

Quess Corp And TeamLease Services Seeks An IPO

TeamLease Services Private Ltd and Quess Corp Limited are looking to raise as much as $350 million in two separate listings, sources involved in both transactions told Reuters. TeamLease Services has hired Credit Suisse, IDFC and ICICI Securities to manage an initial public offering (IPO) and it also expect to raise $125 million to $150 million, four sources involved in the process said. Quess Corp is looking to raise $200 million but has yet to appoint banks, according to two sources. The listing is expected to complete in the first half of 2015, added the sources, who declined to be identified because neither transaction has been made public.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

Private Placement
October 17, 2016
Good Parents Inc.
July 11, 2016
Suryoday Micro Finance Limited

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