Moneycontrol | Warburg Pincus-Backed Biba Apparels Picks Bankers for 2022 IPO
Originally published by Moneycontrol on January 10, 2022.
Lincoln International’s Gaurav Marathe, Managing Director and CEO India, discusses the rise of IPO candidates in the apparel and clothing segment with Moneycontrol.
Gaurav Marathe, Managing Director and CEO India at Lincoln International speaks with Moneycontrol on rise of IPO candidates in the apparel and clothing segment.
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