Source Code Capital has led a $32 million Series C round of funding for Edianzu, a Chinese start-up that rents out computers and other office equipment to corporate customers.
ADV Partners has invested INR6.85 billion ($105 million) in Indian infrastructure project advisory firm Feedback Infra.
Insight Venture Partners has led an $18 million Series C funding round for US and India-based financial technology company Chargebee.
Global PE firms are launching impact funds tailored to appeal to institutional investors that have so far largely ignored the space. There will be growing pains, but the benefits should be wide-ranging
Sunny Education, a China-based K-12 online education platform which operates under the 17zuoye brand, has raised $250 million in a Series E round led by existing investor Temasek Holdings.
Hunliji, a China-based online wedding services provider, has raised $65 million in a Series C round of funding led by Orchid Asia Group.
Asian PE investors must accustom themselves to longer holding periods and more aggressive value creation initiatives if they are to achieve their target returns in a pricey market, according to Bain & Company.
More Chinese technology companies have developed capabilities to expand overseas with a view to acquiring new customers that can support growth and strengthen their leading positions at home, industry participants told in AVCJ China Forum.
Mobile payment represents a “big inflection point between China and the rest of the world,” underlining how the country has become a leader in technology, according to Victor Koo, founder of video streaming platform Youku.
Asian VCs lead a $30 million initial coin offering for Singapore-based blockchain-enabled power marketplace Electrify
The current climate of “crazy valuations” globally – and particularly in China’s internet space – cannot be sustained indefinitely and prudent investors should ensure portfolio companies are well capitalized in anticipation of a downturn, the...
Kujiale raises $100 million in Series D funding to grow its China-focused online home design tool
Emerging markets-focused private equity firm Actis has led an $82 million funding round for Indian financial technology company Pine Labs.
Chinese bike-sharing start-up Ofo has raised $866 million in a new funding round – comprising equity and debt – led by existing investor Alibaba Group. It is said to be the largest round raised by a bike-sharing company to date.
US-based Exceed Capital Partners has led a group of international VCs in a $26.9 million investment aimed at supporting an Asian expansion by domestic educational technology company Yogome.
ChrysCapital has invested $20 million in Indian skin and hair products producer Curatio, providing a partial exit for its private equity backer Fulcrum Ventures.
Linmon Pictures, a Shanghai-based boutique entertainment studio, has raised a Series C round of funding from domestic PE firms Hanfor Capital, CQY Capital and Wuniu Capital.
Warburg Pincus is set to make another substantial investment in Vietnam, having agreed to inject $370 million into Vietnam Technological & Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank, TCB).
Shunwei Capital has led a $100 million Series D round of funding for Kujiale, a Chinese home design and decoration site, with participation from Temasek Holdings-owned Pavilion Capital.
As the time-honored but largely unprofessional industry of traditional Chinese medicine reinvents itself for the 21st century, private equity could play a role in a massive healthcare overhaul
The past 12 months has seen a long-expected surge of investments into India’s technology sector by Chinese financial and strategic investors. They are providing a significant boost to the local market
NestAway, a VC-backed Indian IT start-up focused on the local home rental market, has raised a INR4 billion ($64.4 million) Series D funding round with participation from Goldman Sachs.
Indian listed financial institution HDFC has joined the Series C round for MedGenome, an India and US-based company focused on molecular biology research and diagnostics.
Chinese financial technology company Wecash has closed a $160 million Series D round led by Orix Asia Capital and Hong Kong-based property investment and development firm SEA Group.