Supermarket Grocery Supplies has raised Rs55m ($0.83m) in venture debt funding from Trifecta Capital Venture Debt.
BigBasket issued equity and compulsory convertible preference shares priced at Rs474 ($7.22) and Rs4,980 ($75.88) a share to Trifecta, as part of the transaction.
Supermarket Grocery Supplies operates online food and grocery store BigBasket, while Capital Venture Debt is a venture debt funding company. Both companies involved in the transaction are based in India.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) has reached an agreement for the private placement of 61 million ordinary shares of Pets at Home Group to raise approximately £119m ($155.98m) in aggregate gross proceeds.
Pets at Home Group is a UK-based omnichannel retailer and services provider.
Following the transaction, KKR will hold more than 62 million ordinary shares in the capital of Pets at Home, equivalent to approximately 12.4% of issued ordinary shares.
Merrill Lynch International has been engaged as the bookrunner for the offering.
Hellofresh plans to raise between €250m ($300.45m) and €300m ($360.53m) through an initial public offering (IPO) of shares.
Based in Germany, Hellofresh provides online food services.
Switzerland-based travel retailer Dufry has announced its intention to raise €500m ($586.63m) by issuing senior notes.
Expected to be listed on The International Stock Exchange, the notes will mature after seven years.
SMU has reached an agreement to raise €35.5m ($41.66m) in an offering of notes maturing in September 2019.
Based in Chile, SMU operates a chain of supermarkets.
The company has engaged Jose Miguel Carvajal, Andrea Deaz and Isabel Cabeza of Morales & Besa as legal advisers for the transaction.
Lifestyle Design has raised JPY740m ($6.56m) in funding from venture capital firms Globis Capital Partners & Co., Nissay Capital, and Spiral Ventures Japan.
Based in Japan, Lifestyle Design operates online store LaFabric.