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2 Lexygen PEs with AZB, Luthra | SNG, Amarchand on TDI City | AZB, LG on $151m GIC Greenko buy & more

The rest of the week's deals in one package
The rest of the week's deals in one package

6 deals spanning private equity and high finance with Amarchand, AZB, Lexygen, Luthra, KSP, SNG…

Private equity

Exclusive: TA Associates and Westbridge Crossover Fund bought shares in healthcare company Dr Lal’s Pathlabs for $45m [Livemint]
Dr Lal: Luthra & Luthra Delhi partner Bobby Chandioke with associates Geetika Panwar and Rashmi Gogoi. 
TA Associates: Lexygen partner Vijay Sambamurthi and associate Neelima Kumar.
Westbridge: AZB & Partners Delhi partner Gautam Saha with associates Sachin Mehta and Asha Kutty.

Exclusive: Private equity funds Harbourvest and Axiom Asia Private Capital purchased the entire Asian private equity portfolio from Credit Suisse institution
Harbourvest & Axiom: Lexygen partner Vijay Sambamurthi and associates Amit Vyas and Prateek Lala with Kirkland & Ellis Hong Kong partner Michel Debolt acting as international counsel
Credit Suisse: Debevoise & Plimpton Hong Kong partner Andrew Ostrognai acted for the sellers.

The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation GIC will buy around £151m (Rs 820 crore) of shares in Greenko Mauritius [Telegraph]
GIC: AZB & Partners partner Alka Nalavadi and associate Aditya Jhaveri, with Norton Rose Singapore partner Daniel Yong.
Greenko: Lawrence Graham London partner Sunil Kakkad.


Exclusive: TDI Group has raised Rs 110 crores for its TDI City integrated township development of 1,240 acres in Kundli, Haryana, from Kotak Realty Fund [ET]
Kotak: SNG & Partners Delhi partner Amit Aggarwal, principal associate Saroj Pandey, senior associate Rahul Sud and associate Aayushi Anand
TDI: Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi partner Inder Mohan Singh

Bhushan Steel borrowed Rs 1,000 crore from State Bank of India (SBI) for its long-term working capital requirement
SBI: Khaitan Sud and Partners principal associate Sujeet Das, senior associate Priyadarshi Debashis Satapathy and associate Henna Vadhera
Bhushan: In-house

Debt capital markets

Air India issued Rs 7,400 crores of listed, redeemable unsecured, taxable, non-convertible debentures, supported by the Indian government in late 2012, with the deal’s trust deed executed on 17 February 2013.
Air India: Amarchand Mangaldas Mumbai corporate partner Tushar Mavani

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