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dc.contributor.authorPandey, Ajay
dc.contributor.authorRaghuram, G.
dc.contributor.authorJain, Rekha
dc.contributor.authorPoddar, Sweta
dc.description.abstractAir Deccan planned to raise $100 million (Rs 450 crore) by selling up to 26% stake to professional investor(s). This was the consequence of a debt that needed to be paid. The situation was grim for Air Deccan. Some of the top management executives were leaving the company. There were pending law suits. Air Deccan was keen to find an investor that would have an alignment of vision on the way ahead. Apart from Mr. Vijay Mallya(MD of Kingfisher Airlines, who wanted a strategic alliance), TPG, Reliance Mutual Fund, Standard Chartered Private Equity, Macquarie Capital, ChrysCapital, Lehman Brothers, General Atlantic and GIC of Singapore had made offers to invest in Air Deccan. Capt. Gopinath did not want to lose control over the airline. This case focuses on the decision point where Air Deccan was looking for investment partner(s) as of May 2007.en
dc.subjectInitial Public Offeringen
dc.subjectLow Cost Carriersen
dc.titleAir Deccan (C)en
dc.typeCases and Notesen

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