Training Calendar

Testimonials

VCCircle Team – Keep up the good work

Pramaprit Singh Bakshi
Founder, True Sight Venture
M&A and Corporate Restructuring

Very good refresher of valuation with lots of practical example

Pushkar Jauhari
Vice President, Khazanah India Advisors
Business Valuation with Aswath Damodaran

Keep up the good work

RAJASHEKHAR SRINIVASAN
VICE PRESIDENT, ICICI Venture
Drafting Investment Agreement

Good organization and good content

Shivraj Singh
Senior Analyst, HU Consultancy
Negotiation & Documentation for PE,VC and M&A Deals

The Speaker has loads of experience, insight and out of box thoughts to share

Liew Yah Ling
Financial Planning and Analysis Manager, BOC Aviation
Business Valuation with Aswath Damodaran

Upcoming Courses

Date: 20 Sep, 2018
Venue: The Lalit New Delhi

Private equity and venture capital are among the most important sources of funding for companies with high growth potential. Such funding not only helps these businesses scale up, but also supports them with strategy, processes, market intelligence as well as mentorship at critical stages of their development. Company needs right investment at right time to make it big and successful and the classic examples are Flipkart, Paytm & Ola.

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Inflow of Investment is usually a joyous time for any business. A lot of effort goes in finding the right investor for a business or vice versa. When you do, it is important to have an investment contract that represents the interests of everyone involved. The investor would want to make sure his investment is protected, and the company will want to make sure that the funds are delivered smoothly and the founders have protected their stake in the venture. This makes writing a proper investment contract a critical first step in the business relationship. Clear & unambiguous investment agreement is very significant to establish a win-win situation for the parties involved in any PE, VC and M&A Deals.

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Date: 11 Oct, 2018
Venue: Bengaluru

Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) are a common source of public fund raising for companies in a growth phase looking for capital to expand. They also give a smooth & fruitful partial or full exit to existing investors. India's IPO market has recorded very strong performance since the beginning of CY 2015, around 100 companies raised INR 1,30,000 crore (USD 19 billion) through public fund raising with a combination of primary fund raise and offer for sale by existing shareholders. IPOs continue to be driven by a combination good market sentiments and robust regulatory framework.

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