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India will rival US in churning out internet tech cos: Rise Capital founder

In a Q&A, Nazar Yasin dwells why he left Tiger Global, and how Rise Capital stood out from the crowd with its focus on emerging markets and Indian regulatory changes

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Internet technologies | global internet infrastructure | Tiger Global

Shivani Shinde  |  Mumbai 

Nazar Yasin, Founder and Managing Partner, Rise Capital
Nazar Yasin, Founder and Managing Partner, Rise Capital

Last month when Rise Capital founded by Nazar Yasin announced setting up its operations in India, many Indian entrepreneurs would have noted it. For Yasin founded Rise Capital after leaving Tiger Global, which has been one of the most aggressive investors in India. He was among the handful of lead managers at Tiger that looked into all the private investments globally. In an interview with Shivani Shinde, he talks about why he left Tiger Global, how Rise Capital stood out from the crowd with their focus on emerging markets and Indian regulatory changes. Edited excerpts:

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First Published: Wed, May 18 2022. 12:40 IST
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