Private equity inflows jump
Private equity inflows into domestic companies doubled in the first half of 2021 to $ 11.82 billion last year when the world was locked in due to the first wave of the killer virus, industry data shows.
Money inflows jumped to $ 7.55 billion in the second quarter of 2021 compared to $ 4.26 billion in the first quarter, according to data from Refinitiv, the financial markets data and information arm of the London Stock Exchange Group.
Fund growth in the second quarter with 296 transactions compared to 272 in the first quarter, total counts in the first half of the year reached 568 compared to 365 transactions in the same period last year.
Total fund inflows in the first half of the financial year 2020 were $ 5.43 billion of 365 deals, whereas in the first quarter it was $ 3.92 billion from 183 deals followed by the second quarter at $ 1.51 billion from 182 deals, announced by Refinitive.
Throughout 2020, a whopping $ 34.96 billion went to 708 domestic companies, which is the highest value ever recorded, compared to just $ 15.31 billion in 2019, and $ 11.2 billion in 2018, 11.9 $ Billion (2017), $ 5.02 billion (2016), $ 8.2 billion (2015), $ 5.99 million (2014), $ 3.24 billion (2013 ), $ 3.$ 87 billion (2012), $ 4.4 billion (2011), and $ 3.89 billion in 2010, according to data from Refinitiv.
The top ten activities for the first half of 2021 are: Bundl Technologies ($ 800 million), Axelia Solutions ($ 350 million), Mohalla Tech ($ 502 million), Sports Technologies ($ 355 million), Think and Learn ($ 1.32 billion), Brainbees Solutions ($ 315 million), Meesho Payments ($ 300 million), Pine Labs ($ 285 million), and Dreamplug Technologies ($ 272.11 million) Dollar), Zomato ($ 302 million), stated by refinitive.
More than 40% of total bookings in the first half of the year were online valued at USD 4.52 billion, an increase of more than 73% year-over-year, in 210 deals (up from 149 year-over-year), stated by the financial.
Investments in the online area increased 73.2 per cent, and the number of deals rose from 149 in the first half of 2020 to 201 in the first half of 2021.
Cash flows to software companies rose 261 per cent, financial services rose 44 per cent; There was a sharp decline in fundraising in the country during the reporting period. Fundraising was $ 684.49 million in the second quarter compared to $ 1.62 billion in the first quarter.