The India private equity market is projected to exhibit a growth rate (CAGR) of 28.0% during 2023-2028.The rising middle-class population in the country, digital transformation of the Indian economy, and the rising focus of the Government of India (GoI) on infrastructure development, including smart cities and transport networks, represent some of the key factors driving the market.
Private equity refers to an investment strategy wherein capital is directly invested in private companies with the intention of delisting them from the public stock exchanges. It gives the equity firms time to develop and implement a value-creation strategy in the target company. It offers exposure to different types of companies, sectors, and geographies. It provides growth capital to mature companies looking to expand operations, enter new markets, or finance a significant acquisition without changing control of the business. It is commonly used to fund start-ups and early-stage companies with high growth potential. Additionally, investment from private equity leads to better corporate governance, as investors actively monitor the companies and ensure transparency and accountability. Apart from this, its active management helps identify inefficiencies, streamline operations, and drive profitability. Besides this, as it provides a solution to succession issues by providing a buyout option or by bringing in professional management teams, the demand for private equity is increasing, especially in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), across India.
India Private Equity Market Trends:
The rising middle-class population is attracting investments in consumer-centric businesses, which represents one of the key factors contributing to the market growth in India. Additionally, the increasing startup ecosystem is providing ample opportunities to private equity firms, particularly in sectors like technology, e-commerce, and healthcare. Apart from this, the digital transformation of the Indian economy is creating investment opportunities in areas, such as fintech, e-commerce, EdTech, and other digital platforms. Furthermore, the rising focus of the Government of India (GoI) on infrastructure development, including smart cities and transport networks, is offering a favorable market outlook. It is also focusing on focus on policy reforms to improve the ease of doing business, including streamlining approvals, digitization, and foreign direct investment (FDI) policy liberalization. Improved regulations around private equity and venture capital, combined with proactive government measures are attracting foreign investments in the country. Moreover, the introduction of the insolvency and bankruptcy code (IBC) is resulting in the increasing availability of distressed assets, presenting opportunities for private equity firms. Besides this, the expansion of non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and the overall growth of the financial services sector are providing numerous investment opportunities. Additionally, private equity firms are increasingly investing in the rural economy, including agribusiness, rural infrastructure, and microfinance, which is favoring the market growth. Besides this, the growth potential offered by Indian businesses is attracting various private equity firms looking for high returns.
India Private Equity Market Segmentation:
IMARC Group provides an analysis of the key trends in each segment of the India private equity market report, along with forecasts at the country level for 2023-2028. Our report has categorized the market based on fund type.
Fund Type Insights:
- Venture Capital (VCs)
- Real Estate
The report has provided a detailed breakup and analysis of the market based on the fund type. This includes buyout, venture capital (VCs), real estate, infrastructure, and others.
- South India
- North India
- West and Central India
- East India
The report has also provided a comprehensive analysis of all the major regional markets, which include South India, North India, West and Central India, and East India.
The report has also provided a comprehensive analysis of the competitive landscape in the market. Competitive analysis such as market structure, key player positioning, top winning strategies, competitive dashboard, and company evaluation quadrant has been covered in the report. Also, detailed profiles of all major companies have been provided.
India Private Equity Market Report Coverage:
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||South India, North India, West & Central India, East India
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Key Questions Answered in This Report:
- How has the India private equity market performed so far and how will it perform in the coming years?
- What has been the impact of COVID-19 on the India private equity market?
- What is the breakup of the India private equity market on the basis of fund type?
- What are the various stages in the value chain of the India private equity market?
- What are the key driving factors and challenges in the India private equity market?
- What is the structure of the India private equity market and who are the key players?
- What is the degree of competition in the India private equity market?
Key Benefits for Stakeholders:
- IMARC’s report offers a comprehensive quantitative analysis of various market segments, historical and current market trends, market forecasts, and dynamics of the India private equity market from 2017-2028.
- The research study provides the latest information on the market drivers, challenges, and opportunities in the India private equity market.
- Porter's five forces analysis assist stakeholders in assessing the impact of new entrants, competitive rivalry, supplier power, buyer power, and the threat of substitution. It helps stakeholders to analyze the level of competition within the India private equity industry and its attractiveness.
- Competitive landscape allows stakeholders to understand their competitive environment and provides an insight into the current positions of key players in the market.