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Swiss firm partners with Shankar Narayanan for private investment platform

Sanaka Capital will focus on identifying, building, operating and managing portfolios of companies across industry sectors through both control and minority investments

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Sanaka Capital Partners  |  Private Investment  |  Startups

Ranju Sarkar  |  New Delhi 



Shankar Narayanan
Shankar Narayanan

Limited, a private equity firm, founded by Shankar Narayanan, formerly Co-Head of Carlyle Asia Growth Partners (CAGP) and Head – India (CAGP), and Woodman Asset Management AG, a Switzerland-based investment group, have partnered for an Asia- and India-linked platform. Woodman has made a $100 million commitment to Sanaka Capital and also taken a minority interest in the general partner (the PE firm).

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First Published: Sat, August 11 2018. 22:32 IST

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