Recent years have seen the inherent emergence of several Indian businesses that are well positioned to raise capital globally and/ or list in global markets of their choice. This is driven by various factors including the choice of their investors, the location of their customers and peers and access to the depth and investor base that some of these markets bring.
Indian regulators have announced regulatory changes that could open up new avenues for Indian companies to directly list themselves on overseas exchanges. At the same time, we have seen a surge in listings using Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs).
Partner, CFO Advisory, KPMG in India
Partner M&A Tax, KPMG in India
Partner and National Head M&A/ PE – Tax, KPMG in India
Chief Operating Officer – General Atlantic – India
Date of webinar : 10 December 2020