A91 Partners closes second fund at $525 million

  • Investment firm A91 Partners has closed its second fund, notching up a corpus of around $525 million amid heightened deal activity in India, two people in the know of the matter said.
  • Founded in 2018 by three former Sequoia Capital managing directors, Abhay Pandey, VT Bharadwaj and Gautam Mago, A91 had raised $350 million two years ago, one of the largest such fundraises by Indian general partners.
  • ET reported on August 11 that Stellaris Venture Partners had raised $225 million for its second India-dedicated fund, almost three times the size of its $90 million maiden fund, launched four years ago.


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