ChrysCapital has closed its seventh India fund with more than $600 million, beating its target.
After more than 25 years between them at Pacific Equity Partners, Anthony Kerwick and Rob Koczkar departed in 2014 to pursue other opportunities. They have now joined forces as Adamantem Capital
UK-based development finance institution (DFI) CDC Group has partnered with India’s Manipal Education & Medical Group for an $80 million fund targeting healthcare investments in emerging markets.
An investment unit of Chinese conglomerate CITIC Group has launched a RMB6 billion ($873 million) buyout fund that focuses on China's education sector.
Three former CHAMP Ventures executives have teamed up with George Penklis, a co-founder of Quadrant Private Equity, to raise a A$275 million ($211 million) Australia and New Zealand middle-market fund.
South Korea VIG Partners closed its third fund at the hard cap of $600 million, having won over LPs with its past history and future prospects in buying and building middle-market consumer businesses
AGIC Capital is targeting up to three more deals in 2017 as its debut Asia-Europe fund closes at $1 billion, having received strong support from Asian LPs
CITIC Capital raises $268 million for third Japan fund, benefiting from an upturn in investor sentiment that should prove to be a boon for Japanese GPs in general
Draper Venture Network (DVN), a global alliance of VC investors formed by US-based Tim Draper (pictured), has chosen early-stage GP Blume Ventures as its member for India.
India Value Fund Advisors (IVFA) recently changed its name to True North and restructured its investment team along sector lines. Vishal Nevatia, the firm’s managing partner, explains why
VIG Partners has closed its third Korea-focused fund at $600 million, with support from new and existing investors including Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS).
New Zealand-based private equity investor Direct Capital has closed its fifth buyout and growth fund at NZ$375 million ($270 million).
Bain Capital Credit is targeting $750 million for an Asia-focused special situations fund to pursue direct lending, mezzanine debt and distressed asset opportunities across the region.
Switzerland-based wealth management firm and PE fund-of-funds Unigestion has acquired the Europe-focused private equity business of its rival Akina Partners.
Xiaolin Zhang, co-founder and managing partner of Shoreline Capital, discusses non-performing loan (NPL) investment opportunities in China
The Longreach Group is understood to have reached a first close of approximately $200 million on its third North Asia-focused mid-market buyout fund, which has a particular focus on Japan. The full target is $650 million.
STIC Investments has raised $530 million for a fund that will target restructuring opportunities involving Korean conglomerates. Executive Managing Partner Hans Jung explains the strategy
The launch of several huge government-backed funds has skewed renminbi-denominated fundraising in China. What does their arrival mean for valuations and for the nascent independent LP community?
CITIC Capital Partners has achieved a final close on its third Japan buyout fund at the hard cap of JPY30 billion ($268 million). Three investments have already been made from the vehicle across retail and healthcare.
Delphinium Capital Partners, a Hong Kong-based GP formed by Harmony Asset Management executive Vivian Yan, has reached a first close of $16 million on its debut fund, which focuses on Asian female-led companies.
Stellaris Venture Partners, a Indian venture capital firm that spun out from Helion Venture Partners, has reached a first close of $50 million on its debut fund. The full target is $100 million.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has proposed a commitment of up to $20 million in IDG Ventures’ third India-focused fund.
Indonesia’s Bank Central Asia (BCA) has launched a venture capital investment arm that will focus on financial technology.
IDG Capital has agreed to buy its parent, International Data Group's investment unit. It is the latest in a string of bold moves as IDG Capital looks to broaden its business - but how broad is too broad?