Singapore-listed warehouse operator Global Logistic Properties (GLP) has accepted a buyout offer from a consortium including Hopu Investment and Hillhouse Capital that values the company at S$15.9 billion ($11.5 billion).
Singapore-based alternative credit investor Pierfront Capital has completed a $30 million investment in domestic shipping services company KNOT Offshore Partners.
IFM Investors has joined a A$24 million ($18.2 million) investment in GetSwift, an Australia-listed and VC-backed software provider focused on the logistics sector.
Singapore-based private equity and special situations firm Crescent Point has agreed to invest $50 million in Philippines-listed logistics services company LBC Express.
KKR has offered to acquire Vocus Group, one of Australia's leading high-speed broadband internet providers, in a deal worth approximately A$2.1 billion ($1.6 billion).
CITIC Capital China has joined a consortium including China’s Humanwell Healthcare to acquire the sexual health division of Australia-listed medical products supplier Ansell for $600 million.
Warburg Pincus has sold a 25% stake in India-listed non-banking financial company (NBFC) Capital First to a group of buyers including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, is considering a $100 million investment in India-listed non-banking financial company (NBFC) Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services (MMFSL).
Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital has invested A$184.3 million ($136.8 million) to increase its minority stake in Australia-listed oil and gas supplier Santos.
US venture capital firm Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV) has invested NZ$28.5 million ($20 million) in New Zealand-listed accounting software company Xero. It will facilitate a partial exit for existing backer Matrix Capital.
Bain Capital Private Equity has agreed to buy a controlling stake in Hugel, a South Korean manufacturer of botox and other health-related pharmaceuticals, for approximately KRW927.4 billion ($830 million).
Sino IC Capital, a technology-focused private equity fund manager backed by the Chinese government, has agreed to acquire US semiconductor and electronics manufacturer Xcerra in a deal that values the company at about $580 million.
SDIC Fund Management has agreed to invest $47 million in US-listed energy storage and delivery solutions developer Maxwell Technologies.
A consortium led by True North Managers will buy a majority stake in India’s Religare Health Insurance (RHI) for INR10.4 billion ($162 million).
Hillhouse Capital and FountainVest Partners, along with Australia’s Seek International, have agreed to buy US-listed Chinese recruitment website Zhaopin in a deal that values the company at $1.01 billion.
KKR will team up with Vietnam's Masan Group for a second time, committing $250 million to the parent and its meat industry subsidiary. The GP's entry facilitates a partial exit for long-standing investor PENM Partners
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.
HgCapital has agreed to invest NZ35.5 million ($25 million) in New Zealand industrial software specialist Gentrack to support an acquisition and expansion process in the UK.
KKR and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) have invested INR62 billion ($953 million) in the cell tower arm of Indian telecom services provider Bharti Airtel.
Singapore-based private equity firm Gateway Partners has agreed to invest S$70 million ($50.2 million) in distressed local hospital operator Healthway Medical.
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).
WestBridge Capital Partners has invested INR1.8 billion ($28 million) for a 3.5% stake in India-listed tire maker CEAT.
Actis Capital has exited most of its stake in Indian infrastructure finance lender Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) for INR1.1 billion ($16.9 million).
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will invest up to INR667 million ($10.1 million) in Indian microfinance institution (MFI) Satin Creditcare Network.