The Economic Times  Mar 24  Comment 
The regulator said the state of governance at the companies where insurance companies have invested is important.  Sep 7  Comment 
7 September 2016 Tern Plc ("Tern") Developments at Device Authority Ltd The directors of Tern plc, the company specialising in the cloud and Internet...
The Economic Times  Oct 21  Comment 
Their presence will help companies to hire top talent and also address concerns students may have around cash-flows, valuations and viability of startups.
DailyFinance  Aug 29  Comment 
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The Economic Times  Oct 20  Comment 
Local institutions in India are not known to play an active role in ensuring good corporate governance standards in investee companies.
The Economic Times  Oct 1  Comment 
The allegations of extensive forgery and wilful deceit by the company’s current management came to light after an audit by BSR & Company’s, an affiliate of KPMG.
The Economic Times  Sep 30  Comment 
Sebi is planning to make it mandatory for fund houses to record votes on resolutions and provide the rationale for their decisions.
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 12  Comment 
Raise voice against just 1.5% of proposals by listed firms: Study
The Hindu Business Line  May 12  Comment 
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The company or entity in which an investment has been made, [1] in which the investor reports a share of the investee's net income. [2] In minority, active investments, an investor acquires common shares of an investee with the intent of exerting significant influence over the investee's activities. [3] In the Investors use of the term, the opposite of an investor.

Our post-investment philosophy is based on the proposition that we partner with our investee companies to align around and achieve a bigger future than what is predictable without an investment by us. [4]

The word investment originates in the Latin "vestis," meaning garment, or vest, and refers to the act of putting assets into others pockets. [5] A person puts money in-vest, so as to receive profits in there own pockets. [1] Investee is the person who receives the funds.


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