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Opportunities abound in India, but market entrants require “patience and humility”

Fans of India during the ICC Men's T20 World Cup match between India and Namibia at Dubai International Stadium on November 08, 2021. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

SportBusiness speaks to Matthew Wheeler, chief executive of A&W Capital, a company that advises on entertainment and sports sector investments in India. The company recently advised on CVC Capital Partners’ $750m acquisition of the new Indian Premier League franchise in Ahmedabad.

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