HQ Equita, a Germany-based mid-market buyout firm controlled by HQ Capital, has agreed the sale of transportation industry supplier Isolite to Japan’s Hitachi Chemical.
KV Asia Capital has exited its 100% interest in Singaporean nursing home services provider Orange Valley Healthcare to a local media company for about S$164 million ($117.5 million).
CITIC Capital has agreed to exit 100% of Japanese chemicals manufacturer Polymatech to two domestic strategics.
MBK Partners will make a partial exit from ING Life Korea as the insurer raises KRW1.1 billion ($972 million) in its domestic IPO.
KKR has sold its entire stake in Indian conglomerate Dalmia Bharat (DBL) for INR15.3 billion ($238 million).
South and Southeast Asia-focused mid-market GP Creador has fully exited its investment in Indian tile maker Somany Ceramics for INR3.26 billion ($50.4 million).
Capacite Infraprojects, an Indian construction firm backed by Paragon Partners and NewQuest Capital Partners, has filed for a INR4 billion ($62 million) IPO.
Baring Private Equity Asia will exit Weetabix after China’s Bright Food Group agreed to end its four-year ownership of the UK-based cereals producer through a trade sale that values the business at GBP1.4 billion ($1.76 billion) on a cash free, debt...
Alibaba Group's Ant Financial has raised its takeover bid for US-listed financial services company MoneyGram, topping a competing offer made by US-based Euronet Worldwide last month. The sale will provide an exit for Thomas H. Lee Partners (THL).
US private equity firm Milestone Partners has exited its controlling stake in Sweden and US-based industrial equipment company Quintus Technologies to Japan’s Kobe Steel.
KKR’s first close dominates fundraising activity, but mid-market showing still impresses; Japan leads the way as Asia exits remain reasonably strong; investment slows, if China state-backed deals are ignored
Creador has exited its stake in Malaysian financial technology company GHL Group to Actis after scanning a field of strategics and deciding PE was the best backer for the sector
FountainVest Partners and CMC Capital Partners have completed their exit from movie theater operator IMAX China, selling their last holding for an estimated HK$836 million ($108 million).
Having turned down Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences once due to potential conflicts of interest, True North moved quickly to deploy $200 million when presented with a second opportunity to invest in the hospital chain
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
Despite regulatory curbs on Chinese outbound investment, companies are still interested in M&A opportunities – and they are pursuing less high-profile assets with greater sophistication
Southeast Asian ride-hailing app operator Grab has agreed to acquire Kudo, an Indonesian online-to-offline (O2O) e-commerce start-up backed by a number of venture capital firms.
KKR has entered into a second partnership with Masan Group – just over a year after exiting the first with a more than 2x return – through a $250 million commitment to the Vietnamese conglomerate and its branded meat subsidiary.
US-based PE firm Alinda Capital Partners has agreed to sell Canadian heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) firm Reliance Home Comfort to Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-Shing’s Cheung Kong Property Holdings (CKP) for C$2.8 billion ($2.1 billion).
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.
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).
Bain Capital Private Equity has sold nearly one third of its remaining stake in Japanese restaurant operator Skylark, generating proceeds of JPY34.9 billion ($314 million).
The Blackstone Group has agreed to exit theme park operator SeaWorld by selling a 21% stake to Zhonghong Zhuoye Group – a Chinese real estate developer with an interest in leisure and tourism – for about $449 million.
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.