Tuesday, December 25, 2007

QVC Realty, India’s first venture capital-funded real estate company, plans to invest Rs594-792 crore in 2008 in new and existing projects


The Bangalore-based QVC Realty, which had raised $100 million of venture capital funding in April this year from IL&FS Investment Managers Ltd (IIML), has already committed $80 million to date.

IIML is the private equity arm of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd. (IL&FS)


QVC currently has two township projects of about 10 million sq. ft in Gurgaon.

QVC Realty has a land pool of 300 acres.

QVC will go for a second round of funding by mid-2008 and plans to raise up to $200 million.

Prakash Gurbaxani, QVC chief executive officer, said a major part of the new funding will also come from IILM and that QVC may go to the market in order to raise funds, if the company thinks it necessary to do so.
- livemint

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