Page 51 - IACC Newsletter March 2013 Issue no. 9

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and Abhay Havaldar have both been named advisory directors, and will continue to be involved with General Atlantic's
portfolio companies in an advisory capacity.
Underscoring the firm's long-term commitment to pursuing growth equity investment opportunities in India and South
East Asia, General Atlantic has strengthened its investment team in India, a company release said. "As an important
high-growth economy, India will continue to be a core element of General Atlantic's strategy of investing in growth
companies around the world," General Atlantic CEO William Ford said.
Since General Atlantic opened an investment advisory office in Mumbai in 2002, it has invested about USD 1.2 billion in
Indian companies, including its most recent partnership with Fourcee, a logistics company, andIndusInd Bank, a leading
bank and financial services provider.
Other current and prior portfolio companies include Genpact, Mu Sigma, National Stock Exchange (NSE), InfoTech, IBS
Software Services, Jubilant, and Patni.