Investors Unbowed About India
Malon Wilkus knows what it is like to have a fleeting, but all-too-close brush with terror. The chief executive of the private-equity firm American Capital, based in Bethesda, Md., was visiting London last year and rode the subway to the same station that was ripped apart by a bomb blast one day later. Shaken as he was, Wilkus didn't change how his firm manages the $900 million fund it set up to invest in European companies. "The same goes for India," says Wilkus, whose firm has $150 million invested in Indian companies today.
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