Can Indian tech giants find SPACs in NYSE?

SPACs have emerged as one of the most popular routes used by companies to raise capital in 2020. Some say that 2020 is the year of the SPAC. The US market has seen $70bn in funds being raised by c.200 SPACs this year. For companies, SPACs seem to make sense as it gives them access to capital markets even when the backdrop is volatile. Will/Can Indian tech giants jump in?

Can fintech stimulate international credit flow in India?

The world has been stuck in a low-interest-rate environment since 2009 and most likely will be in it for the foreseeable future. In this backdrop, credit opportunities in India could offer attractive yield enhancement and diversification opportunities to international investors. However, this uptake has not been significant historically. Has Fintech offered a solution?

Does the new draft of the ‘Data Centre Policy’ set the scene to bolster the sector’s growth?

Data Centres are an important emerging sector for India’s growth. Investments in the sector have grown exponentially in the recent years. International players like Japan’s NTT, Amazon, domestic players like Bharti Airtel and Adani have all come into the fray. With the new policy paper titled “Data Centre Policy” has the Government set the scene to create a strong platform of this sector’s growth?

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