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It happens everyday. Well-prepared entrepreneurs are walking into the banks with brilliant business ideas with well developed business plans — and are walking out empty-handed. Many of these professionals are ultimately able to obtain financing from private lender, like Adler Group through business capital brokers.
For individuals who do not want to give up a certain percentage ownership in the business as is often required by venture capitalist and deal with the angel investors who may demand a board position or significant day-to-day control, the private lender may be an alternative worth considering.

 

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On the whole private lenders are looking for the same information and will conduct a similar due diligence as the banks to make a positive funding decision. They are looking for great business ideas, at the right time, with an airtight business plan, that includes contingency scenarios and realistic forecasts, backed by experienced and professional people with some financial stake in the business. However, most private lenders are “specialists” who engage in higher risk ventures because they clearly understand both the opportunity and risk associated with selected business types or market segments. Private lenders will not only fund project the banks rejects, they will creatively structuring loan repayment and sometimes be a helpful resource.

For example, Adler group has a background in the automotive market; accordingly he has funded projects such as automobile dealerships, transportation and trucking businesses and manufacturing for the automobile sector. While he does not have a professional background in medicine, he has also developed an interest in providing capital to medical practices because of the doctor shortage and because doctors on the whole are responsible debtors. Additionally, businesses like wineries are attractive because they are high asset based and offer more security. He will also provide funding in emergency and rescue situations.

 

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5 lessons Private Equity funds have learnt in India | delhi gurgaon noida faridabad ncr

After losing money in dud investments made between 2005 to 2008, PE funds have tightened procedures before taking a investment call

 

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Some of the world’s marquee private equity (PE) firms have lost their investments in India, mainly due to governance issues in their investee companies. Many of the dud investments were made between 2005 and 2008 and in most cases, the PE investors did not even get adequate post-investment rights. The matters were further compounded by poor reporting to PE funds as well as investees firms’ lackadaisical attitude towards investing in systems, procedures and controls. What are the lessons that PEs have learnt while investing in India? Experts list out a few:

Know your company

Before investing, make sure performance meets projections. The promoter might project good results and share price might also shoot up in euphoria before the PE investments, but there is no guarantee that the valuations will remain the same. Many PEs – much to their dismay – have found that share price fell by almost 50 per cent within a year of their investments. Apollo Global’s erosion of investment in Welspun shows why knowing your company is very important before making the investment. “The change in the approach of the PE guys is evident in the way they look at deals – extensive background checks on the company and the key managerial personnel are normal procedures now, and many times this gets done prior to the term sheet stage itself – apart from this they do insist on regular report backs, agree formats for those and in many cases insist on well defined internal audit and controls review on a regular basis,” said Sanjeev Krishan, leader Private Equity, PwC India.

 

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Cross-check due diligence reports

For Bain Capital’s dud investment in Lilliput Kidswear, EY had made a valuation report for the PE fund. Bain has now sued EY in a US court claiming the financial reports of Lilliput Kidswear were also prepared by EY and that they were fudged. By the time Bain invested and later lost $60 million in Lilliput and got hold of financial reports, it was too late for the fund. Experts say it’s not only important to get due-diligence done by an independent firm but it needs to be cross-checked, too.

 

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Read quarterly performance properly

Although the funds take deep interest in the day-to-day running of the companies, quarterly reports give a glimpse of the firm’s performance. If the results are not up to the mark or auditors are showing the red flag, then it’s time for action.

Exit when things go bad

Many funds fail to get out of the investments even when things are looking bad in a company. It took Blackstone seven years to get out of textile exporter Gokaldas Exports at a bigger loss. Experts say exiting at the right time is key as waiting for things to turn around could often mean higher loss in future.

 

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Admit your mistake

Very few PE funds admit they have made a mistake. They complain to market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India against the promoters of the companies they have invested in, but keep backing their investee company in public. Morgan Stanley, Norwest Venture Partners, General Atlantic LLC, Goldman Sachs and Everstone Capital have still not admitted that their $425-million investment in Asian Genco was a wrong call.
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Stable Indian rupee, lower inflation will bring in big investments

INTERVIEW WITH Tom Heneghan

 

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Is the ‘Make in India’ campaign, kick-started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, good enough to attract the much-needed investments that can put the country back into a highgrowth path? Tom Heneghan, chief executive officer at US private equity firm Equity International, believes the country needs to do more to shed the perception that it’s a comparatively high-risk market to invest in. India is on the right path but it needs a more stable currency and reduce the risk of inflation to attract larger investments, Heneghan told in an interview.

 

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1. What is the perception of India as an investment destination among international equity investors?

People are gun-shy about investing in and coming back to India. Normally, when we invest, we have a view that users of capital must respect the capital and we believe that there must be a fair return for our investors. Then the cost of capital goes down and it’s beneficial for all — making it a virtuous cycle. Once investors have burnt their fingers, then they are afraid to put capital at risk. India scared us in the mid- 2000s when there was a lot of capital coming in. At a time like that, we were not sure if our capital would be well respected.

 

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2.Does India still have that negative perception?

India was always seen as a negative market and negative acronyms like ‘I’ll Never Do It Again’ (INDIA) existed. There is still some perception that India is a higher risk market and that may take some time to change. Restrictions on foreign investments here are a roadblock and I believe India needs measures that focus on creating a more stable currency and reducing the risk of inflation to attract international investors.

 

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3.Do you see any positive change in India?

Two significant changes have happened in India in the last year. It has got a new central bank governor and a new Prime Minister who are both keen to create a favourable business environment. The proposed REIT legislation in India is a positive step. It took the US nearly 30 years to get REITs right, hopefully India can compress that time frame. With these changes, India could see larger investments, considering it has an educated English-speaking workforce.

 

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4. Equity International invested close to $90 million in SAMHI hotels in 2011. Why did you choose hospitality and what were your Internal Rate of Returns (IRRs) in this sector?

India has had some difficulties with regards to regulations related to the real estate sector. Hospitality is an asset class that international investors can get interested in without any regulatory issues. We invested in SAMHI Hotels as part of our fifth fund when India was out of favour for most investors and its founder, Ashish Jakhanwala, had an attractive business plan. The investment in this business is close to $90 million.

 

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5. So, do you consider it a good time to invest in hotels in India?

Yes, there is a lot of new development here and the hospitality sector should see a turnaround in the next year or so. The two countries that consistently take my breath away are India and China with the scale of things they do. There’s a crane in every nook and corner of Shanghai — the construction there is eye popping. I get a similar feeling in India. Even in a slow period for India, in real estate, there is a lot going on.

6. What are the other areas you are considering for investment in India?

We would be looking at investments in the cell towers and finance sectors.

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Private equity investment in realty sector jumps over two-fold to Rs 8900 crore

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Private equity investment in the real estate sector jumped more than two-fold to Rs 8,900 crore till September this year as developers were forced to raise funds from PE firms to meet their capital requirements.

“This year alone PE funds have invested close to INR 89 billion (USD 1.5 billion) in the real estate sector until September 2014, more than double the amount invested during the corresponding period in 2013 (INR 42.7 billion/USD 0.7 billion),” C&W said in a report.

PE investments in the realty sector during the first three quarters of 2014 have surpassed the total investment levels for 2013 by 21 per cent, it added.

“This substantial increase in investments has been predominantly in under construction residential projects followed by acquisitions of leased office assets,” the report said.

Total number of deals also increased to 46 in the first three quarters of 2014 compared to 40 in the whole of 2013.

“Post the global economic slowdown in 2008, the RBI had discouraged banks from providing capital to the real estate sector. This led to an increase in cost of capital for developers borrowing from other lending sources, which was quite high and availability for which was limited.

“To meet capital requirements, developers are increasingly partnering with PE funds,” C&W said.

The consultant said that investment activity, which was vibrant in the first two quarters of 2014, gained further momentum in the third quarter.

“Investments worth INR 49 billion (USD 0.8 billion) were committed during the third quarter. While domestic funds contributed majorly (57 per cent) to the overall investments in 2013, foreign funds dominated in the first three quarters of 2014 with a 69 per cent share in overall PE investments,” the report said.

In terms of locations, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Chennai witnessed increased investments from PE funds during the first three quarters of 2014, with an increase in both transaction volume and number of deals from the corresponding period last year. Investment levels in Bengaluru remained stable while it declined in Pune.

About 41 per cent (INR 36.7 billion/USD 0.6 billion) of the total investments during the first three quarters of 2014 was witnessed in Delhi-NCR, which is an increase of close to 6 times compared to the first three quarters of 2013. In NCR, the PE investments were primarily in leased office assets.

By asset-class, office sector attracted highest PE investments at Rs 4,420 crore. Residential sectorwitnessed investments of close to Rs 4,180 crore while retail sector saw PE investments of Rs 300 crore.

Investor interest in the hospitality sector remained low with no investments in the segment recorded till September 2014.

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Source : http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-11-02/news/55682565_1_pe-investments-pe-funds-realty-sector

Private equity investment in realty sector jumps over two-fold to Rs 8900 crore

Private equity investment in the real estate sector jumped more than two-fold to Rs 8,900 crore till September this year as developers were forced to raise funds from PE firms to meet their capital requirements, property consultant Cushman & Wakefield said.

“This year alone PE funds have invested close to INR 89 billion (USD 1.5 billion) in the real estate sector until September 2014, more than double the amount invested during the corresponding period in 2013 (INR 42.7 billion/USD 0.7 billion),” C&W said in a report.

PE investments in the realty sector during the first three quarters of 2014 have surpassed the total investment levels for 2013 by 21 per cent, it added.

“This substantial increase in investments has been predominantly in under construction residential projects followed by acquisitions of leased office assets,” the report said.

Total number of deals also increased to 46 in the first three quarters of 2014 compared to 40 in the whole of 2013.

“Post the global economic slowdown in 2008, the RBI had discouraged banks from providing capital to the real estate sector. This led to an increase in cost of capital for developers borrowing from other lending sources, which was quite high and availability for which was limited.

“To meet capital requirements, developers are increasingly partnering with PE funds,” C&W said.

The consultant said that investment activity, which was vibrant in the first two quarters of 2014, gained further momentum in the third quarter.

“Investments worth INR 49 billion (USD 0.8 billion) were committed during the third quarter. While domestic funds contributed majorly (57 per cent) to the overall investments in 2013, foreign funds dominated in the first three quarters of 2014 with a 69 per cent share in overall PE investments,” the report said.

In terms of locations, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Chennai witnessed increased investments from PE funds during the first three quarters of 2014, with an increase in both transaction volume and number of deals from the corresponding period last year. Investment levels in Bengaluru remained stable while it declined in Pune.

About 41 per cent (INR 36.7 billion/USD 0.6 billion) of the total investments during the first three quarters of 2014 was witnessed in Delhi-NCR, which is an increase of close to 6 times compared to the first three quarters of 2013. In NCR, the PE investments were primarily in leased office assets.

By asset-class, office sector attracted highest PE investments at Rs 4,420 crore. Residential sectorwitnessed investments of close to Rs 4,180 crore while retail sector saw PE investments of Rs 300 crore.

Investor interest in the hospitality sector remained low with no investments in the segment recorded till September 2014.