Asian Venture Capital Journal (AVCJ)
XIO Group, a PE firm founded by several Asia-based investment professionals with a view to buying companies in North America and Europe and helping them tap emerging market opportunities, has agreed to acquire Israeli investment firm Meitav Dash for ILS1.48...
A Morgan Stanley mutual fund has once again marked down its investment in Flipkart, cutting another 38.2% off its valuation of the India-based e-commerce marketplace.
Tsinghua Unigroup, an investment arm of China's state-backed Tsinghua Holdings, has scrapped its plan to invest in ChipMOS Technologies, a chip test and packaging company listed in Taiwan.
As capital patterns in the Indian infrastructure space evolve, the opportunity sets for private equity are being reshaped. Precisely calculated entry strategies will be the key to success
Samena Capital launched a dedicated India credit fund three years ago with $45 million in seed capital. Pavan Gupte, a managing director with the firm, explains how the middle market is evolving
When Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund developed a private equity program, it was able to learn from the experiences of others and focused on building deep relationships with a select group of managers
IFM Investors, an investment manager owned by 29 Australian superannuation funds, has opened an office in Hong Kong and been granted a license by the Securities & Futures Commission.
Actis has opened an office in Hong Kong that will primarily be used for investor relations and client services activities in Asia, including Australia and New Zealand. The firm already has bases in Beijing and Mumbai.