2i Capital PCC is an independently managed private equity fund based in Mauritius. It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Commision in Mauritius (FSC), and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).Read More
2i Capital PCC is an independently managed private equity fund based in Mauritius. It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Commision in Mauritius (FSC), and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
2i Capital invests in venture capital and private equity opportunities globally, but has pioneering investment experience in India as its first Foreign Venture Capital Investor (FVCI), a license that was granted by SEBI in early 2000.
2i Capital invests in companies with competitive advantages in local and global markets, and those that strive to take advantage of the growing domestic trend of consumerism, consumption, exports and outsourcing, or the need for improved infrastructure, energy, logistics, and financial enablement.
2i Capital has a proven strategy of investing growth capital in truly competitive companies with strong management teams operating in high-growth consumer or industrial sectors primarily catering to domestic consumption and niche export areas.
2i Capital has developed a distinctive and disciplined investment strategy focused on identifying companies in robust and growing sectors, that have stabilised their operations, have a good market share with increasing margins, and are now capable of reaching the next phase of rapid growth.
The team at 2i Capital has unique insights into investment opportunities in India and other markets given our extensive investment experience over many cycles. We have built up a valuable network of relationships in industry over our long investment careers which has resulted in genuine ‘off market’ transactions that other firms are less likely to identify and which offers a real competitive advantage. We are typically the first institutional investor in most deals investing at attractive entry valuationsOur Services