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TFTF | Oct 29, 2021

The fortnight thus far

Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.

Issue #66

Oct 29, 2021



MedTech Sector in India

The MedTech sector is expected to record a 5x rise at a CAGR of 37% to reach $50 Bn in 2025. Although the dependence on foreign countries for MedTech is pegged at ~80%, there is huge scope for Indian companies to fill this gap, thanks to the ~4000 inventive startups that operate in India. Explore more.

[ IBEF > Full report here:



New State of M&A: SEA & India

Around 40% of APAC dealmakers feel that the M&A processes will move to a higher level of maturity in the next 5 years. 72% of the time, integration with existing systems and tools has been a major hindrance to adopting new M&A process-related digital technologies. How might dealmaking change?

[ Datasite > Full report here:



How Risk Managers Can Pivot from Stabilization to Transformation

Over 59% of risk leaders believe that in the next 5 years, improved risk management will be critical for their business to protect and build value. Changing consumer preferences is considered a major strategic opportunity by 51% of risk leaders. Find out other ways risk managers can fuel business growth. .

[ EY > Full report here :



Private Equity’s ESG journey

65% of PE firms have developed a responsible investment policy and the tools to implement it. Over 70% always screen target companies for ESG risks and opportunities at the pre-acquisition stage. 66% rank value creation as one of their top 3 drivers of ESG activity. Explore the drivers of sustainable success.

[ PwC > Full report here:



Five Actions to Build Next-Generation KYC Capabilities

With data-quality problems accounting for ~26% of operational costs, there’s an urgency for banks to now rethink their KYC approach. Banks that increased end-to-end KYC-process automation by 20% saw a 3x benefit effect. Here’s how improving 5 KYC areas can help banks better the KYC processes.

[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:



SaaS is Spurring the Next Cycle of Software Super Performance

Analysis shows that Software companies that increase their share of the revenue from subscription models have stronger growth in share price. Also, software investments have been more likely to overperform. What are the critical areas of change and how do they impact various stakeholders?

[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:


Every article here has had 100s of hours of effort that have gone into making this relevant, insightful and concise. Due credit and thanks to all these professionals and organizations who toiled to put together these insights, of such high quality, for the use of businesses across the world.


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