Gaja Capital Launches India-Focused Buyout Fund

May 23 2008 | 7:46am ET

Mumbai, India-based private equity firm Gaja Capital Partners has launched Gaja Capital Fund I, which will make equity and equity-related investments in high growth, India-focused companies.

Gaja Capital Fund I has a target size of US$200 million and will invest between US$5 million to US$15 million across 10 to 15 deals in the services and manufacturing sectors.

The International Finance Corp. is committing up to US$15 million in the fund.


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