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|| Indian Private Equity firm seeks to raise $2 billion from Gulf investors

reliance.pngReliance Capital, India’s biggest money manager, expects to attract up to $2 billion for its funds from the Gulf investors - the Bloomberg is reporting.

Rich individuals in the Middle East held about $1.5 trillion in wealth in 2009, according to research by Capgemini and Bank of America Corp’s Merrill Lynch unit.

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