2016 A Great Time For Strong Investment Flows In India Dhanpal Jhaveri talks about PE for 2016, including expectations from the government, foreign investment and exit trends.

By Ritu Kochar

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Among the top PE players in India, Everstone Capital led by Dhanpal Jhaveri, a corporate finance and strategy expert, last year raised $730 million for its third fund.

Jhaveri in a discussion with Entrepreneur India gives an outlook for PE for 2016 including expectations from the government, foreign investment and exit trends. He has been working in India for 9 years now and says, "Long term opportunity remains intact of believing that India's is a great market to be putting to work, but in the short term, we will continue to have headbents that companies will have to prepare for."

Dhanpal sees great scope in India but ask to focus on the 3 Ds - Democracy, Demography and Demand.

Ritu Kochar

Former Staff, Entrepreneur India

Ritu used to work as a Feature writer for Entrepreneur India.

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