Mumbai Based Venture Debt Company IntelleGrow Raises Rs.134 Crore

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17 Jun. 16, MUMBAI: Mumbai based Venture debt financier IntelleGrow has raised Rs. 134 crore in equity and long-term debt from its investors – Omidyar Network, Triodos, Developing World Markets, Calvert Foundation and Overseas Private Investment Corp.

The company is a lending platform for small and medium social firms.

According to reports by The Hindu, Chairman of IntelleGrow – Vineet Rai said, “The Indian early-stage ecosystem has been starved of quality debt providers who could offer cash-flow based lending. IntelleGrow pioneered this concept with an impact thesis and the current round would allow us to provide substantial funds to the start-up ecosystem in India.”

Founded in 2010, the company is operated by IntelleGrow Finance Pvt. Ltd. IntelleGrow is an Intellecap Enterprise. IntelleGrow is a venture debt company that provides debt to high-growth small and medium enterprises in India catering to sectors namely Energy, Education , Healthcare, Agriculture Supply Chain, Water & Sanitation and Financial Inclusion. IntelleGrow is designed to provide debt support to businesses at an early growth stage by adopting a viability based lending approach.


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