WestBridge Capital focuses on partnering for the long-term with leading Indian companies run by impressive entrepreneurs and management teams. WestBridge, founded in 2000, raised two funds before merging with Sequoia Capital in May 2006. Post-merger, the firm raised three funds, taking the total funds under management to $1.8 billion. WestBridge Capital Partners was revived in early 2011 by four managing directors of Sequoia Capital India. In August 2011, the firm closed a $500 million fund to focus on investments in public markets and late-stage private companies. WestBridge leverages access to capital through affiliated funds and percolates their experience in order to help companies succeed. The typical equity investment of funds ranges from $10 million to $50 million. WestBridge Capital has offices in Mauritius, California, and Bangalore. To learn more about WestBridge Capital, visit:

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