Taiwan Liposome, a venture capital-backed manufacturer of pain medication and treatments for eye conditions, has filed for a NASDAQ IPO.
Indostar Capital Finance (ICF), an Indian non-banking finance company (NBFC) backed by Everstone Capital and other PE investors, has filed for an IPO.
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Huami, a Chinese wearables manufacturer that has a strategic relationship with smart phone maker Xiaomi and several venture capital backers, has raised $110 million in its US IPO.
Lakeshore Capital has invested an undisclosed amount in Thailand-based personal care brand Panpuri.
India-based food processing company Capricorn Food Products has filed for an IPO that will provide a partial exit for private equity backer Quadria Capital.
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Indian mobile game platform Nazara Technologies has filed for an IPO that will provide an exit to its private equity backer WestBridge Capital Partners.
Ping An Healthcare & Technology - the PE-backed business that runs the healthcare-focused mobile app known as Ping An Good Doctor in China - is seeking a separate listing in Hong Kong from its parent company Ping An Insurance.
Huami, a Chinese wearables manufacturer that has a strategic relationship with smart phone maker Xiaomi and several venture capital backers, has filed for a US IPO.
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Bandhan Bank, the commercial banking subsidiary of India’s Bandhan Financial Services (BFSL), has filed for an IPO that will provide a partial exit for the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
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LexinFintech, a VC-backed Chinese financial technology start-up best known for consumer lending platform Fenqile, has traded strongly on NASDAQ following its $108 million IPO.
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India’s ICICI Venture Funds Management will exit part of its stake in Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) in a planned domestic IPO.
Indian auto components maker Sandhar Technologies has filed for an IPO that will provide an exit for its private equity backer GTI Capital.
Record public market valuations have facilitated a wave of private equity-backed IPOs on Indian bourses.
RYB Education, a private equity-backed Chinese kindergarten operator that listed in New York two months ago, has seen its stock price collapse in response to child abuse claims.
SSG Capital Management has made a partial exit from Future Supply Chain (FSC), a supply chain and logistics subsidiary of India’s Future Enterprises (FEL), for INR1.25 billion ($19 million).
Jianpu Technology, a subsidiary of Chinese VC-backed financial products search and recommendation platform Rong360, has slipped below its IPO price following a $180 million offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Private equity exits have proved strong in 2017, with a range of buyers showing an appetite for PE-backed companies, industry participants told the AVCJ Forum.
LexinFintech, a China-based financial technology portal backed by several VC investors, has filed for an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.