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Last updated: 08 Apr, 2021  

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SME Times News Bureau | 08 Apr, 2021
Srei Equipment Finance Ltd on Thursday said that it has received expression of interest for up to $250 million capital infusion in the company from US-based Arena Investors LP and Singapore's Makara Capital Partners.

In a regulatory filing, Srei said that the company's Strategic Coordination Committee (SCC), chaired by Independent Director Malay Mukherjee, will coordinate, negotiate and conclude discussions with the PE investors to bring the capital into the business and advise the management.

Arena Investors LP is a multi-strategy investment firm with $2.2 billion of committed capital. The firm's investment mandate is global, and also unconstrained in terms of asset class and industry. It provides creative solutions for those seeking capital in special situations.

Makara Capital Partners is a global financial services company under the regulatory purview of the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Founded in 2005, it specialises in fund management, private equity as well as structuring and financing with a core focus on innovation, infrastructure and energy.

"The SCC is running an independent process for investor identification and has received expression of interest from Arena Investors LP and Makara Capital Partners. This process is being carried out in parallel to the debt realignment plan," the filing said.

The SCC will engage in discussions with the potential investors to raise fresh capital for the business, which will provide cushion against the pandemic induced stress in the Indian financial services space.

The committee will also be the nodal point for a comprehensive cash flow realignment plan with banks and financial institutions and for all external service providers, including investment bankers, lawyers and consultants.
 
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