Exit opportunities are available for savvy investors in India, and market professionals say prospects are good in the long term. But GPs are likely to continue to find the near future difficult
China’s largest online travel site Ctrip.com has agreed to buy Skyscanner, an airfare comparison website backed by VC investors, in a deal valuing the UK-based company at approximately GBP1.4 billion ($1.74 billion).
Having lost out to KKR when bidding for Panasonic Healthcare two years ago, Mitsui & Co. seized upon a second chance to get involved and offer the company access to its global network of medical assets
Indian classifieds site Quikr has purchased Grabhouse, a rental property listing platform backed by Sequoia Capital and Kalaari Capital.
Thai agro-industrial giant Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) has acquired frozen meals specialist Bellisio from US private equity firm Centre Partners for $1.1 billion.
KKR has sold a 22% stake in Panasonic Healthcare, a Japanese medical equipment manufacturer in which it acquired a majority interest in 2014, to Mitsui & Co. for JPY54.1 billion ($510 million).
CDH Investments and CCB International have sold their stakes in Harmonicare Medical Holdings, operator of 11 women and children’s hospitals in China, to Taikang Insurance Group for HK$815.2 million ($105.1 million).
Eight Roads Ventures India has invested $25 million in Indian non-banking finance company (NBFC) IFMR Capital.
PNB Housing Finance, the mortgage lender subsidiary of India's state-run Punjab National Bank that is backed by The Carlyle Group, closed up 11.35% on its trading debut following a INR30 billion ($449 million) IPO.
Betta Pharmaceuticals, a Chinese VC-backed drug developer backed by several venture investors, has completed a RMB720 million ($106 million) IPO on Shenzhen’s Growth Enterprise Market Board.
Wolseley Private Equity has agreed to sell its controlling stake in Australian building maintenance equipment company Facade Access to Swedish industrial sector supplier Alimak for A$120 million ($92.1 million).
Ingham’s Enterprises, an Australian poultry producer bought by TPG Capital three years ago, has scaled back its domestic IPO to a target of A$596.4 million ($457 million).
GDS Holdings, a Chinese data center provider that counts SBCVC among its investors, raised $192.5 million in its US IPO after pricing the offering below the indicative range.
Lazada, a Southeast Asia-based e-commerce platform founded by Germany's Rocket Internet and recently acquired by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, has bought Singapore-based online grocer RedMart.
Advent International has acquired a majority stake in Chinese mattress maker King Koil Shanghai Sleep System from CITIC Capital Partners for an undisclosed sum.
COFCO Meat, a subsidiary of Chinese agricultural conglomerate COFCO Group that received backing from four private equity firms in 2014, has raised HK$1.95 billion ($252 million) in its Hong Kong IPO, after pricing the offering at bottom of the indicative...
Zhou Hei Ya, a Chinese mass-market braised food producer backed by IDG Capital Partners and Tiantu Capital, is looking to raise up to HK$3.3 billion ($427 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
The Abraaj Group has agreed to sell a 66.4% stake in Pakistani utility K-Electric to Shanghai Electric Power (SEP), a subsidiary of China's State Power Investment Corporation, for $1.77 billion.
Australia-based financial services administrator Bravura Solutions is looking to raise A$148 million ($113 million) through a domestic IPO – three years after its PE owner Ironbridge Capital privatized the business in a deal worth A$173 million (then...
Korea's PE-backed Acushnet Holdings, which owns the Titleist and FootJoy golf brands, saw its shares jump 5.9% in the first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange following a smaller-than-expected $328.7 million IPO.
CDH Investments has made another partial exit from Chinese pork producer WH Group, selling an approximately 6.83% stake for HK$6.25 billion ($806 million).
Japanese adhesives producer Lintec Corporation has agreed to buy US-headquartered labels manufacturer Mactac from Platinum Equity for $375 million.
Private equity-backed Chinese logistics operator ZTO Express has raised $1.4 billion in its New York Stock Exchange IPO after pricing its shares above the indicative range. It is the largest US float by a Chinese company since Alibaba Group in 2014.
Crescent Capital Partners has agreed to sell a 14.9% stake in Australian financial services provider ClearView Wealth to Sony Life Insurance for approximately A$145 million ($111 million).