Monthly Archive:: April 2016

What’s driving the surge in M&A deal volumes in India?

After a relatively lukewarm 2015, India Inc. has firmly regained its deal making appetite, with an eight-fold jump in Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) deal values in March 2016 to a whopping USD 5.4 billion over a year

Suzlon buys 5 solar firms to boost renewable energy footprint

Leading wind turbine supplier Suzlon Energy Limited is on an aggressive expansion drive and is stepping up efforts to expand its presence in the renewable energy space. The company, which was formerly the world’s fifth largest wind

Light at the end of the tunnel for Tata Steel?

Struggling steel giant Tata Steel may have found its knight in the shining armour as the British government signalled its intention of buying as much as one-fourth of the company’s loss-making UK business, smoothening the process of

India’s first small finance bank launched

Capital Small Finance Bank, India’s first small finance bank, was launched here on Sunday. It opened 10 new branches on its inaugural day. The Jalandhar-headquartered bank had been operating as Capital Local Area Bank since January 2000