Investment Banking

Our Investment Banking team provides institutions, entrepreneurs and investors with high-quality, independent financial advice and meticulous execution of deals. Our range of expertise spans from private placements of equity, capital raising in public markets, mezzanine and convertible instruments, to debt syndication, mergers & acquisitions and restructuring advisory. We enjoy strong relationships with leading commercial banks, financial institutions, public & private funds and domestic & foreign institutional investors. Our robust client relationships, world-class human capital, innovation and ethical business practices, have helped us execute transactions worth over INR 2 trillion so far,

Leadership Team

  • Rajendra Naik

    MD - Investment Banking

  • K. R. Menon

    ED - Debt Syndication

  • Rajiv Bakshi

    Senior Advisor

  • Sandeep Upadhyay

    MD & CEO - Infrastructure Advisory

Health Care
  • Healthcare Sector

    The healthcare sector is one of the fastest growing industries in India. It is expected to advance at a CAGR of 22.87 per cent during 2015-20 to reach USD 280 billion by 2020 from ~ USD 105 billion in 2015 . There is immense scope for enhancing healthcare services penetration in India, thus presenting ample opportunity for development of the healthcare industry. The primary growth drivers include, the rising income levels, increasing disease burden, especially because of Non- Communicable diseases, increasing penetration of healthcare insurance, congenial government policies, and rise in Private sector investments.

    Focused Sub Segments

    • Multi-Specialty / Single speciality Hospitals account for around 72% of the total revenues and is largely unorganised around- 65-70%

    • Healthcare Diagnostics - Very few organised chains, with good headroom for expansion

    • Medical Equipment and Consumables -Growing rapidly because of Government initiatives like Make in India and dumping duties on foreign products


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