Corporate-backed deal numbers are remaining resolute in India but cash levels are dropping sharply as the space remains ever more reliant on the consumer economy.

The amount of capital raised by India-based companies in corporate-backed rounds fell by more than half in the second quarter of this year despite deal volume staying resolute, GCV data indicates. Companies secured a total of approximately $1.97bn for the quarter, down from $4.35bn in Q1 2022 and representing only 28% of the cash raised…

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