L Capital Asia, the private equity unit of multinational luxury giant LVMH, has invested $200 million in Trendy International Group, a Chinese casual-wear company, contrary to an earlier report in the South China Morning Post that put the price at $2 billion.
L Capital Asia has purchased a 10% stake in Guangzhou-based Trendy, which directly owns hundreds of stores and franchises for its four brands, including its largest brand Ochirly, The Wall Street Journal,...
Sequoia Capital China has co-led a funding round for online reading business Zongheng Literature, working in tandem with Perfect World, the Chinese movies-to-gaming company that controls Zhongheng.
Rahul Chandra, co-founder and managing director at India-based Helion Venture Partners, is looking to raise $100 million for an early-stage fund. He will retain his existing portfolio management responsibilities at Helion.
The disruption caused by technology in China's consumer and business services sectors - and the change this brings to traditional business models - is generating increased deal flow for private equity and venture capital investors.
Bain Capital Credit (BCC) has agreed to buy a portfolio of Chinese non-performing loans (NPLs) worth approximately $200 million, reflecting the growing interest from foreign investors in the country’s distressed debt space.