Company Overview of FW Asset Management
FW Asset Management is a private equity firm specializing in growth capital investments in sports and sports ancillary space. It seeks to invest in service and content providers; education providers; technology and goods suppliers; leisure and infrastructure assets; leagues and teams; and brand licensing opportunities. The firm invests in businesses that either currently provide goods and services to the global sports and sports ancillary industry, or have strong prospects on a global platform. It seeks to invest in Indian Subcontinent, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. The firm typically invests between $5 million and $20 million and prefers to take a minority stake in its com...
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for FW Asset Management
Principal (Private Equity)
Head of Corporate Affairs and Business Strategy
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
FW Asset Management Key Developments
FW Asset Management Mulls To Invest In Smaaash Entertainment
Mar 12 14
FW Asset Management is looking to invest $10 million in Smaaash Entertainment Pvt Ltd. Smaaash is jointly owned by Shripal Morakhia and Sachin Tendulkar. Morakhia said he would not be able to comment on the fund-raise at Smaaash. "This is market speculation. Right now, we are focused on growing the business and expanding to cities like Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, besides others," he told Economic Times.
Fidelisworld To Acquire Stake In Technology Frontiers
Aug 20 13
Fidelisworld FZ Llc is in talks with Technology Frontiers India Pvt Ltd. for a strategic investment that could value Technology Frontiers at around INR 6.2 billion. The transaction, if successful, will see a dilution in the 40% stake held by founder MS Muralidharan in Technology Frontiers and will also provide an exit to existing investor Avigo Capital Partners. "Yes, we have had discussions," said Muralidharan. The deal is expected to be closed soon but Muralidharan declined to share further details. Technology Frontiers has been seeking fresh equity capital of around INR 2 billion. However, two private equity firms, CX Partners and CLSA Capital Partners, which were negotiating with Technology Frontiers, have dropped out of the race, according to company sources.
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