Consumer & Retail

India – A country with a young population, a burgeoning middle class with increasing disposable income and accessibility to modern retail & trade. All of these factors, and more, are poised to contribute to the next growth story of the Indian Consumer and Retail sectors.
The sector has witnessed the evolution of the new breed of entrepreneurs, those who combine technology with the traditional sector expertise. Increasing investor confidence in the Indian growth story has led to significant investment traction seen in the sector.
Through our deep domain sector expertise and knowledge, and unparalleled execution skills, Capaegis aims at helping Companies in the Consumer & Retail sector ride the next growth wave. Having worked with Companies at both ends of the spectrums, we fully understand the sector value chain, key trends and investor appetite, and are well positioned to advice our clients on sector deals through our network of private equity funds and HNIs.

Technology, Media and Telecommunication

Increasing urbanisation coupled with exposure towards technology has led to a rapid increase in India’s mobile and internet penetration. Innovation has been at the forefront of technology development, with sectors such as data analytics and big data gaining significant investor traction. Further, there has been a spurt in the development of technology which are co-dependent on other sectors such as Consumer & Retail, Healthcare and Real Estate.
We believe that along with finance expertise, one also needs to have a deep technology understanding to add real value to clients. We provide services across the entire spectrum of Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity syndication, Structured Finance and Equity Capital Market in the following sectors:

Internet & Digital Media
Advertising and Direct Marketing
Diversified Media
Alternative Carriers
Telecom Towers

Real Estate

The real estate sector in India witnessed a strong bull run in the last decade, particularly between 2004 and 2008, before plunging in the second half of 2008 led by the global economic crisis.
With rapid economic growth in the country particularly over 2004-2008, the income and surpluses in the hands of the people suddenly increased. Real estate being one of the only two perennial and traditionally preferred asset classes and with the inherent desire of Indians to own a house, the sector became a natural choice for these excesses to be invested. The sudden spurt in demand caught the fancy of investors globally, attracting heavy influx of foreign funds in the sector. However, the economic instability in the US and Euro zone coupled with fears of property bubble in China scared the investors. The slowdown in economic growth also led to a decline in real estate demand.
The growth in the sector has improved over the past couple of years, with sector recovering from a cyclical downturn in a secular bull run. We believe the Indian real estate sector has the right demographics including, increasing urbanization, growing middle class population and increasing labour force, to support growth in the sector over the long-term.
Our offerings to real estate developers include satisfying their financing needs through our relationships at private/public sector banks, Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs) and individual investors:
  • Acquisition financing
  • Construction financing
  • Takeout financing
  • Pre-launch/bulk sales


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