Walden International will launch a fund to invest in Indian semiconductor-related start-ups. It already manages a similar vehicle focused on China.
According to The Economic Times, the $100 million fund will begin investing later this year and has already identified four start-ups, two each in Bangalore and Hyderabad. Walden's new fund comes at...
The Hong Kong and Southeast Asia business of Fitness First, which is controlled by Oaktree Capital Management, has agreed to merge with Celebrity Fitness, a Southeast Asia gym operator owned by Navis Capital Partners.
Australian regulators want greater consistency in how superannuation funds report costs and fees to members. While sound in principle, the draft measure is problematic in practice, especially for private equity
CreditEase Insurance Agency, an insurance unit of China’s CreditEase Wealth Management, has raised RMB80 million ($12 million) from investors including IDG Capital through a private placement on the National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ).
AirTree Ventures has led a A$25 million ($19.2 million) investment in Australian financial technology company Prospa.