According to the bank's website, "The proposed project is an equity investment of up to US$25 million in Stellaris Venture Partners India Trust II (“Fund”), a trust domiciled in India. The Fund focuses primarily on seed and series A investments in Indian technology-enabled companies and is targeting US$160 million in total commitments. The Fund plans to invest in 20-25 companies across healthcare, education, financial services, logistics, consumer internet and enterprise technology sectors."
Stellaris Venture Partners India Trust II
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