China’s Tencent Holdings and Beijing Weiying Times Technology – an online ticketing platform in which Tencent is an investor – have committed approximately $85 million to YG Entertainment, a Korean record label and talent manager backed by L Capital...
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has committed $68 million to Indian clinic chain Apollo Health and Lifestyle (AHL).
ChinaEquity Group, a private equity firm listed on the National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ), has acquired a controlling interest in an A-share listed company in what could be an attempt to move to the larger exchange.
Temasek Holdings and Advent International have launched an open offer to acquire a controlling stake in Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals (CGCEL), the former consumer products unit of India's Crompton Greaves, for up to INR16.9 billion ($253 million).
Chinese state-backed Tsinghua Unigroup has withdrawn its NT$56.8 billion ($1.7 billion) offer to acquire a stake in Silicon Precision Industries (SPIL), a Taiwanese semiconductor testing and packaging company.
WestBridge Capital Partners has made a public offer to pay INR3.4 billion ($52 million) for a controlling stake in Indian snack maker DFM Foods.
San Diego-based cancer treatment developer Sorrento Therapeutics has raised about $150 million from a group of investors led by China-focused healthcare specialist Ally Bridge Group.
WestBridge Capital Partners has invested INR790 million ($12 million) in listed Indian footwear maker Relaxo Footwears.
J-Star has completed its takeover of Japanese drugstore chain Aisei Pharmacy in a deal valued at JPY11.4 billion ($101 million).
Hony Capital has agreed to sell its 11.72% stake in Australia-listed oil and gas supplier Santos to ENN Group, a leading Chinese privately-held gas distributor, for $755 million.
Hong Kong-based media group Orange Sky Golden Harvest Entertainment has raised RMB400 million ($61.5 million) from a group of investors including CITIC Securities-managed Credit Prosperity Fund and PE-backed Beijing Weiying Technology, which runs online...
Alibaba Group and its financial services affiliate Ant Financial have purchased Hong Kong-listed gaming technology company AGTech in a move aimed at expanding the target’s existing mobile and internet lottery businesses.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has invested INR11.5 billion ($170 million) in India's Kotak Mahindra Bank, picking up a stake held by Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) has sold a stake in India’s Axis Bank worth about INR8.7 billion ($127 million) to Genesis Indian Investment Company.
China’s Tsinghua Unigroup has scrapped its plan to invest in US-based disk drive manufacturer Western Digital after the US regulators decided to investigate the deal.
Bohai Industrial Investment Fund, a private equity firm controlled by Bank of China, has participated in a $950 million debt funding round for Yancoal Australia, a publicly-traded subsidiary of sate-owned Yanzhou Coal.
KKR has bought a 10% stake in Max Financial Services, a spin-off of India's Max Group that controls life insurance player Max Life.
Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group has acquired a 4% stake in S.M. Entertainment, a South Korean music agency, for KRW35.5 billion ($29.8 million).
Kingsoft Cloud Group, a cloud computing unit owned by China’s Kingsoft, has raised $60 million in a Series C round of funding from a group of investors including IDG Capital Partners.
CMC Holdings, an investment platform launched by Ruigang Li, founder of media-focused PE firm CMC Capital Partners, has agreed to buy 29.55% of Hong Kong-listed sportswear manufacturer Meike Holdings.
Hony Capital has agreed to invest an additional RMB599 million ($91 million) hotel operator Shanghai Jinjiang International alongside other financial and strategic investors.
KKR has agreed to sell its stake in India's Dalmia Cement Bharat (DCBL) for INR6 billion ($89 million) to the parent company Dalmia Bharat (DBL), and to invest INR6.2 billion in DBL itself.
Ctrip, a listed travel services firm based in China, has agreed to invest $180 million in MakeMyTrip, India's largest online travel agency.
Creador has acquired a 6.56% stake in 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings, the country’s largest convenience store chain with more than 1,900 stores, for around MYR108.8 million ($25.3 million).