Ironbridge Capital has made a partial exit from Bravura Solutions, the Australia-based financial services administrator that raised A$148 million ($118 million) through a domestic IPO last November.
The Carlyle Group has agreed to reduce its stake in Japan-listed manufacturing industry equipment supplier Tsubaki Nakashima from about 47% to 2.4%.
Samara Capital and Norwest Venture Partners have made a partial exit from India's RBL Bank for INR4.95 billion ($77 million).
MBK Partners has sold the remainder of its stake in Japan-based coffee shop chain Komeda Holdings JPY24.3 billion ($217 million), securing a 5x return on the overall investment.
CITIC Capital Partners and FountainVest Partners plan to exit their entire stakes in Focus Media - the Chinese outdoor advertising business they helped take private in the US and then re-list in Shenzhen two years ago - within six months.
Bain Capital has made its second partial exit in three months from Japanese restaurant operator Skylark, receiving JPY41.6 billion ($373.6 million) and reducing its stake to approximately 15%.
CDH Investments has completed its third partial exit from WH Group in nine months, generating proceeds of HK$5.78 billion ($743 million) and reducing its holding in the Chinese pork producer to 3.24%.
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.
MBK Partners has sold part of its stake in Korean water purifier business Coway – having abandoned plans for a full exit last year – generating proceeds of approximately KRW370 billion ($330 million).
KKR has fully exited its remaining 11.8% stake in car dealership China Rundong Auto Group for HK$395 million ($50.7 million), ending a seven-year association that included an IPO in Hong Kong in 2014.
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).
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).
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).
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 Carlyle Group has fully exited its stake in India’s Edelweiss Financial Services for INR8.7 billion ($131 million) in an open market transaction.
Integrated Healthcare Holdings (IHH), which is majority-owned by Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional, has sold part of its stake in India's Apollo Hospitals for INR10.7 billion ($160 million).
Providence Equity Partners has exited its remaining 3.3% stake in Indian mobile network operator Idea Cellular for INR12.9 billion ($193 million).
Bain Capital Private Equity has made a partial exit from Australian accounting software developer MYOB, reducing its holding from 56.25% to approximately 39.1%.
SAIF Partners has exited its remaining stake in US-listed Indian online travel agent MakeMyTrip.
Apax Partners has completed its exit from Indian non-banking finance company (NBFC) Cholamandalam Investment & Finance.
India Value Fund Advisors (IVFA) has made a partial exit from India-listed pharmaceuticals company Syngene International, selling an approximately 1.6% holding for INR1.9 billion ($27.7 million).
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
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).