Apax Partners has agreed to invest $388 million in Guotai Junan Securities as the largest cornerstone investor in the Chinese brokerage’s HK$16.5 billion ($2.1 billion) Hong Kong IPO.
Consumer-focused GP ClearVue Partners has led a RMB200 million ($30 million) Series B round of funding for I Believe, a Chinese convenience store operator.
Indian online education start-up Byju’s has received a $30 million investment from Verlinvest, an investment holding company created by the founders of Anheuser-Busch InBev.
The Carlyle Group believes Delhivery has the business model, technology and management expertise to fill the gap in India's high-end e-commerce logistics market
Yongqianbao, a Chinese mobile app that provides personal loan services, has raised a RMB466 million ($68 million) Series C round co-led by Golden Brick Capital and CICC Alpha.
B Capital Group - a VC firm launched by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin - has led a $25 million Series C round for Icertis, an India and US-based company that provides cloud-based contract management software.
Indian private equity firm True North - formerly known as India Value Fund Advisors (IVFA) - has invested $200 million in domestic hospital chain Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS).
Chinese cloud computing services provider UCloud has raised RMB960 million ($140 million) Series D round of funding from Oriza Holdings and CICC Alpha, a direct investment arm of China International Capital Corporation (CICC).
Tsinghua Unigroup, which is controlled by an investment arm of Tsinghua University, has secured RMB150 million ($22 billion) financing from two government-backed investors - China Development Bank (CDB) and Sino IC Capital.
GSSG Solar, a US private equity firm focused exclusively on the solar energy sector, has agreed to invest at least $120 million in an expansion of its Japanese portfolio.
BlackBuck receives $70 million in Series C funding as it continues its mission to cure the dysfunction in India's fragmented long-distance trucking industry
Indian education-focused GP Kaizen Private Equity has reached a first close of $44 million on its second fund.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private has joined the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) to invest $155 million in Indian renewable energy developer Greenko Energy Holdings.
Boyu Capital has bought a 25% stake in Vanke Property Development, a wholly-owned property services unit of China Vanke, the second-largest real estate developer in the country, for RMB166 million ($24 million).
Fairfax India Holdings has completed its acquisition of a 38% stake in Bangalore International Airport for INR25 billion ($385 million).
China healthcare-focused GP C-Bridge Capital and Tasly Holding, a traditional Chinese medicine business, have agreed to invest $150 million in a newly-created entity formed through the merger of two local pharmaceutical companies.
Kuaishou, a Chinese live-streaming video app backed by VC investors and search engine Baidu, has raised $350 million in a new round of funding led by Tencent Holdings.
The Carlyle Group has led an investment of more than $100 million in Indian delivery e-commerce logistics service Delhivery. Existing backer Tiger Global Management also took part in the funding round.
China’s Minsheng Education Group closed up 9.4% on its first day of trading in Hong Kong, following a HK$1.38 billion ($177 million) IPO in which the International Finance Corporation (IFC) participated as a cornerstone investor.
US venture investor FTV Capital has taken a minority stake in India-based industry research and consulting company MarketsandMarkets after leading a $56 million funding round.
Sands Capital has led a $70 million Series C round of funding for Indian business-to-business (B2B) logistics technology start-up BlackBuck.
US venture capital firms Data Collective and Promus Ventures have joined a number of existing investors in a $75 million Series D funding round for US and New Zealand-based aerospace company Rocket Lab.
Eight Roads decided to leverage the development of China’s healthcare sector by building a hospital, but addressing the various challenges that come with a greenfield strategy requires very patient capital
Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart has reportedly raised a $1 billion round of funding at a valuation of about $10 billion – a drop from $15 billion as of its previous round.