Pulak Prasad’s Nalanda Capital signs off from Lehman Bros crash era stock pick

 Pulak Prasad’s Nalanda Capital signs off from Lehman Bros crash era stock pick
Nalanda Capital has signed off from a 13- year-old bet—one of its private investments in public equities-style (PIPE) deals—made when the Indian stock markets hit a trough as Lehman Brothers collapsed in September 2008. The Singapore-based investment firm floated by former Warburg Pincus executive Pulak Prasad has sold its remaining […]
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Vivek Sinha

The Capital Quest