Sequoia, back in fundraising mode, to raise a fifth Indian fund

Sequoia Capital is back in fundraising mode. The firm has kicked off fundraising for a new India fund, its fifth, according to a filing with the SEC.

The move comes slightly more than a week after the firm unveiled efforts to raise new U.S. and global growth funds.

The filing announcing Sequoia Capital India V does not list a fund target or report a first close. But it does indicated the firm is back in the market a year after closing its $530 million Sequoia Capital India IV in 2014, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

A pair of filings in late October unveiling Sequoia Capital U.S. Growth Fund VII and Sequoia Capital Global Growth Fund II also did not list fund targets. Sequoia last raised a U.S. growth fund in 2014 and before that a $950 million U.S. growth fund in 2012, according to data from Thomson Reuters. The firm raised its first global growth fund in 2012 with $700 million of capital, Thomson Reuters says.