Baroque Japan, an apparel business majority-owned by CDH Investments and Chinese women’s shoe retailer Belle International, is seeking to raise around JPY30.86 billion ($307 million) through a Tokyo IPO.
CX Partners is on course to make a partial exit from India-based Security & Intelligence Services (SIS) as part of the company’s domestic IPO.
German internet conglomerate Hubert Burda Media (HBM) has acquired a $24.9% stake in Thailand e-commerce company Priceza from Japan's CyberAgent Ventures as part of a Series B funding round.
SK Networks is on pole position to acquire Tongyang Magic, a Korean consumer appliances manufacturer owned by Glenwood Private Equity and NH Private Equity, after being named preferred bidder.
ISigma, a mid-size buyout firm controlled by Japanese trading and investment conglomerate Marubeni, has agreed to sell domestic automotive industry supplier Iino Manufacturing for JPY10 billion ($99.4 million).
Meituan-Dianping, the China-based online-to-offline (O2O) services platform created through the merger of two rival groups, has agreed to acquire Qiandaibao, a VC-backed point-of-sales (POS) mobile payment start-up.
Asia-IO Advisors – a PE firm set up by Denis Tse, formerly of Lockheed Martin Investment Management, and Michael Prahl, a professor at business school INSEAD – has teamed up with New Horizon Capital spin-out Redview Capital to buy US communications...
Direct Capital will exit the bulk of its holding in New Zealand King Salmon as the seafood company seeks to raise up to NZ$77.5 million ($56.4 million) through a domestic and Australian IPO.
CVC Capital Partners has agreed to buy Logen, South Korea’s leading courier company focused on small to mid-volume customers, from Baring Private Equity Asia.
Turnaround specialist Allegro sees opportunity in luxury tourist transportation venture
The Taiwan government has declined to approve the acquisition of cable television provider China Network Systems (CNS) by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) and Far EasTone Telecommunications, asking the National Communications Commission (NCC)...
Citrus Pay, an India-based online and mobile payment solutions developer backed by Sequoia Capital, Ascent Capital and Beenos, has been acquired by Netherlands-based rival PayU.
Australia’s Allegro Funds is set for a first exit from its second fund – which closed at A$180 million ($139 million) in June of last year – having agreed to sell a majority stake in Great Southern Rail (GSR) to Quadrant Private Equity.
Indian classifieds site Quikr has bought StayGlad, an online marketplace for beauty services backed by Bessemer Venture Partners.
MBK Partners has suspended plans to sell its holding in listed South Korean water purifier business Coway because the stock is thought to be undervalued.
Pacific Equity Partners (PEP) has completed its exit from Link Group, selling its stake in the Australian financial data and fund administration services provider alongside several other shareholders in a deal said to be worth A$872.3 million ($670 million).
Apax Partners has made a partial exit from Indian non-banking finance company (NBFC) Cholamandalam Investment & Finance, generating proceeds of $102 million.
CLSA Capital Partners (CLSA CP) has made a partial exit from BayCurrent Consulting as the company raised JPY28.3 billion ($272 million) through an IPO on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Crescent Capital Partners sold Breezway, an Australian manufacturer of louvre windows for residential and commercial buildings, to US-based industry counterpart Jeld-Wen Holding.
The Blackstone Group has completed its purchase of Indian IT services provider Mphasis from Hewlett Packard, raising its stake in the company to 60% for a total payment of about $825 million.
Direct secondaries specialist NewQuest Capital Partners has acquired business process outsourcing (BPO) company Integreon from Philippines conglomerate Ayala Corporation and Actis Capital.
Berry Genomics, a Chinese genetic test developer backed by Qiming Venture Partners and Legend Capital, is looking to list in Shenzhen through a reverse merger.
The Carlyle Group has fully exited its remaining stake in Australian ports operator Qube Logistics for a reported A$350 million ($263 million).
Navis Capital Partners has completed the second part of its exit from Australia's WorldMark Group, generating proceeds of $300 million across both transactions. For one executive, it marks the end of near 20-year journey