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ICICI Venture invests $22.4M in Bangalore-based BTI Payments for significant stake

Friday, November 29, 2013 | More »

ICICI Venture, the alternative asset management arm of ICICI Bank, has bought a ‘significant stake’ in Bangalore-based payment gateway services provider BTI Payments Pvt Ltd for Rs 140-crore ($22.4 million). The investment will help BTI enter the White Label ATMs (WLAs) segment in India, th...


E-commerce has become ‘winner takes all’ in terms of fundraising, share of wallet: Bala Deshpande, Senior MD, NEA India

US-based venture and growth fund New Enterprise Associates Inc (NEA) has raised $2.6 billion last month for one of the largest venture capital funds – NEA 14. NEA started direct investments in India during the downturn in 2008 and has since built a portfolio of 14 companies. Its portfolio includes...

9 August, 2012 | More »

Former ICICI Venture exec floats second e-com property Outletwise.com; Targets fashion & lifestyle segment

Sumant Kasliwal, who quit ICICI Ventures last September, has launched his second e-commerce venture under the three-month-old startup Outletwise Retail Pvt Ltd. The new initiative is a high-end fashion and lifestyle portal. Based in Mumbai, with a team of 12 on board, Outletwise went live in the las...

16 May, 2012 | More »

Nirvana Venture Acquires 10% In Games2win; Nexus, ICICI Venture Part-exit

Nirvana Venture Advisors, the early-stage VC fund of the Patni family, has acquired 10 per cent stake in Games2win from a clutch of VC and PE firms, as well as from employee shareholders, for an undisclosed amount. Early investors Nexus India Pvt Ltd and ICICI Venture part-exited the company by sell...

27 March, 2012 | More »

Sumant Kasliwal Quits ICICI Venture To Float E-commerce Biz

Sumant Kasliwal, a private equity investor with 10 years of experience and principal at the ICICI Venture, has put in his papers and is now floating his own e-commerce business. Kasliwal confirmed the development to VCCircle, adding that he would be floating an e-commerce business in the education s...

7 September, 2011 | More »