Jet Airways has appointed Goldman Sachs as investment banking adviser to scout for potential parties to infuse funds into the company. It would also scout for potential bidders for a Jet Airways stake sale.
Beleaguered airlines Jet Airways has roped in global investment bank Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as advisers, a reported by Mint said.
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“Jet Airways has appointed Goldman Sachs as investment banking adviser to scout for potential parties to infuse funds into the company. It would also scout for potential bidders for a Jet Airways stake sale,” a source familiar with the matter told Mint. The airline has roped in BCG to help improve its operational efficiency, the report added.
The Naresh Goyal – led airline is battling to keep the company afloat , which is facing severe financial crunch due to a spike in aviation fuel prices and weak rupee.
On Monday, Mint reported that the cash-strapped Jet Airways’ founder Naresh Goyal is seeking help from Reliance Industries' chairman Mukesh Ambani and Tata group's Ratan Tata to raise capital.
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