Structured flexible capital: Beyond traditional debt and equity

High-yield debt markets have limited depth in India and founders don't want to be seen taking on expensive debt, which is perceived as a sign of stress

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Dev Santani
Macroeconomic headwinds have impacted capital inflows globally and in India as well. Access to traditional sources of capital has tightened, inflation has largely been near the higher end of the
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First Published: Jul 07 2023 | 10:57 PM IST

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