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"We have given exit to Goldman Sachs by buying back their stake for about Rs 300 crore," Bhalla told PTI.
Goldman Sachs had invested around Rs 250 crore in Vatika Hotels and had around 14-15 per cent stake in the company.
Bhalla said the company is planning to launch an initial public offer in the next fiscal for business expansion.
It plans to increase the capacity of Westin, Gurugram with 200 more rooms and Westin resort by 40 keys.
Additionally, the IPO funds would also be used for the expansion of Vatika Business Centres and enviro-a premium facility management company.
Vatika Business Centre has 15 centres spread across New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. It covers over half a million sq ft area, facilitating over 5,000 seats with over 1,000 seats under development.
Vatika aims to open 42 centres by the end of 2020 in India and overseas.
The group also owns Nukkadwala, the newest chain of QSR (Quick Service Restaurants) with currently 10 stores in the National Capital Region and has plans to expand overseas with stores opening in Dubai, London and New York soon.
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