Japanese multinational telecommunications giant Softbank has come out as the new IPO for many tech companies and startups. The tokyo based conglomerate also provides partial cash exists to their early investors.
Investment’s in Flipkart and Paytm
Softbank in talks with Uber Investors
In the united states, there has been much written on Softbank holding talks with Uber’s existing investors like Benchmark Capital and others to buy their shares in Uber at a discounted price of $40 billion.
The money these speculators are stacking up comes when the investment business in India is in its most difficult phase.With huge wagers like the one online commercial center Snapdeal coming a cropper, and slants around tech contributing calming, many assets are gazing at dreary profits for their ventures.
Softbank, as the best option for Indian investors
Worries about SoftBank emanate from a lot of capital it can furrow, the skyline of the venture and the arrival desires. Various other shareholders worry that this would mean Softbank would hold much ownership and hence control, but because there is no other source for exists and Indian investors are under pressure to show liquidity, they find Softbank as the best option available.
In recent times the similar situation was played out at Snapdeal, where Softbank owned 33% of the stake an arranged the e-tailer’s merger with Flipkart.