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Our service range includes a wide range of Financial services, Education Services, Health Care Services, Infrastructure, Auto Components and Business Services.

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Financial services industry is the mainstay of any economy as it mirrors the financial health of the country. India boasts of a Rs 23, 000 Crore (US$ 4.44bn) - financial services distribution and advisory market. The financial service industry is expected to see strong growth driven by favorable demographics and rising income levels, increasing financial inclusion and rural penetration, stronger regulatory policies, and capital expenditure by Government and Industry.

Financial services sector is expected to see a lot of activity in the Banking and NBFC space. With regulatory changes coming into effect, Insurance companies are also expected to hit the capital markets.

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Education Services
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Education Services

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The current private education market in India is estimated at ~US$ 40bn and is expected it to grow to $68bn in three years. The combination of a large growing population and lack of proper educational facilities makes India amongst the world’s largest potential markets for education and training.

The Sector would continue to witness capital inflow as investors would like to take advantage of high demand-supply mismatch and consolidation seen in the industry. However, some sub sectors in the space are subject to heavy regulatory oversight and conditionalities.

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Health Care Services
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Health Care Services

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With rising incomes and aspirations, the demand for quality healthcare services is likely to be much larger than available facilities. Further, rapid changes in lifestyle is resulting in a higher incidence of lifestyle diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cardiac problems, cancer, etc.
 
With the public sector unable to keep pace with the increasing demand, more than 85% of the healthcare service delivery happens through the private sector. Overseas patients too are lured by the ability of Indian healthcare providers offering them good quality services at affordable costs.
 
There is rapid consolidation happening in hospitals with large hospital chains taking over standalone/regional players to drive profitability through scale.

The sector is also seeing rapid growth in chains being set up by standalone players in the path labs/radiology space and also the emergence of day care service providers in dentistry, eye care, etc.

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Infrastructure
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Infrastructure

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Infrastructure spending in India is expected to double from ~US$ 500bn in 11th five year plan to ~US$ 1trn in 12th five year plan with share of Private sector expected to rise from 36% to 50% during the same period.
 
Infrastructure sector is expected to witness increased amount of capital raising activities in the Power and Transportation segments. There is increased regulatory focus on Cleantech and Urban Infrastructure as well.

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Auto Components

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With rising income levels and growing aspirations, Indian automotive sector - two wheelers, cars, and commercial vehicles - is on a secular growth path. This in turn is leading to a steady 15-20% growth in the automotive components sector driven by both domestic and international demand. Increasing focus on efficiencies and differentiated manufacturing is driving the growth of auto components sector. Focus on fuel efficiency, emission reduction, and improvements in safety and comfort are driving companies within the sector to innovate and make rapid improvements.

A clear segregation has taken place in the auto components based on size and profitability with the larger auto component manufactures (revenue upwards of Rs.1000 Cr.) commanding a valuation premium to the smaller ones. Many medium to large sized auto component players are focusing on inorganic M&A strategies to acquire new technologies, new products, additional capacities to drive growth and profitability. We believe that this is a long term sustainable trend that will play out over the next decade.

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Business Services

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In India, security services are experiencing high growth rate primarily due to threat from terror groups. The demand from hospitality, manufacturing, retail, real estate, hospital and education businesses is expected to drive growth of facility management businesses.
 
The Indian security services and facility management market consists of a number of players with only a handful of large companies.
 
The sector is witnessing a consolidation phase with global players looking to consolidate its position in the Indian market by acquiring local players. Also, for players looking to expand to pan-India presence, there are regional consolidation opportunities. The players are also evolving their business model by trying to offer higher value-add services to their existing clients.

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Cement

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India is the second largest cement manufacturing country in the world with an installed capacity of over 300 MTPA. With strong GDP growth, thrust on infrastructure creation and demand for commercial residential properties, this sector is expected to witness double-digit growth over the next decade.
 
The cement industry is expected to witness further consolidation with large regional / national players looking to strengthen their presence across the country. Availability of raw materials and quality of logistics infrastructure will play a significant role in the eventual value building of the assets. Also, medium sized / single-asset cement manufacturers will look to enhance their scale of operations by raising external equity through private equity / capital market transactions.

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Logistic Services

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Indian logistics industry presently estimated at ~US$ 135bn is expected to grow at a CAGR of ~25% to reach US$ 385bn by 2015. The logistics industry is expected to see strong growth driven by the recent development of organized retail, increased government focus on infrastructure outlays, the proposed introduction of a unified tax regime, and increased outsourcing of logistics.


Industry to become more cost competitive with entry of global players and witness consolidation as demand from end user industries remain buoyant. Several players are planning to broaden their areas of operation and develop logistic parks across the country.

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