Jaganath Swamy, a vice-president at HarbourVest Partners, has left the firm to join Good Parents, a health and wellness-focused start-up based in San Francisco and Hong Kong.
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Hamilton Lane has closed its latest global fund-of-funds at $516 million, exceeding a target of $400 million on the back of strong international investor interest.
Pantheon believes the growing experience of GPs in Southeast Asia comes at just the right time to take advantage of the region’s booming consumption opportunities
Canadian investment services firm Pavilion Financial has agreed to acquire Altius Associates, a PE advisor and fund manager with a presence across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.
Top Tier Capital Management sees continued interest from Asian LPs in the US venture capital market, but newcomers to the asset class must learn to understand its workings and be prepared for setbacks
New Zealand Venture Investment Fund (NZVIF), a government-sponsored VC fund-of-funds, has appointed Richard Dellabarca as its new CEO. He replaces Franceska Banga, who has led the fund since its inception in 2002.
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Religare Enterprises has sold its majority stake in Northgate Capital, a fund-of-funds and direct investment group, to US-based asset manager The Capital Partnership.
Unicorn Capital Partners, a China-focused venture capital fund-of-funds launched by Emerald Hill Capital Partners alumnus Tommy Yip, has closed its debut fund at about $210 million.
Renminbi-denominated fund-of-funds have found a new lease of life in China as new private sector entrants and reformed state-backed incumbents look to tap a growing domestic LP base
Adams Street Partners has promoted Doris Guo, a principal in charge of primary investments in Greater China, to partner.
Adams Street Partners has appointed Ben Hart, formerly of Capital Dynamics, as partner and head of business development for Asia.
China Everbright has established a fund-of-funds with initial capital of RMB5 billion ($769 million) and a full target of RMB10 billion.
Redbud Capital, a VC fund-of-funds investment unit under Tsinghua Holdings, has reached a first close of RMB1 billion ($154 million) on its latest China-focused fund.
Yar-Ping Soo, a partner with Adams Street Partners, has been appointed head of the firm’s Asian investment team, succeeding Piau-Voon Wang, who will become a senior advisor.
HarbourVest Partners has promoted two Asia-based professionals – Minjun Chung and Kanji Takenaka, who focus on South Korea and Japan, respectively – to principal.
Shengjing Group, a Chinese investment advisor, has partnered with Tsinghua Holdings to launch a $300 million fund-of-funds to invest in venture capital overseas.
Unicorn Capital Partners, a new China-focused venture capital fund-of-funds launched by Emerald Hill Capital Partners' former head of North Asia Tommy Yip, has secured initial commitments of $12 million for its maiden fund - Unicorn Partners Fund I.
Hamilton Lane has reached a final close of $1.5 billion for its third co-investment fund, exceeding the $1 billion target.
Having created the largest Asia-focused fund-of-funds as a division of Macquarie, Michael Lukin and his team spun out two years ago to form ROC Partners. Secondaries and co-investments are the areas of focus
Aberdeen Asset Management has bought FLAG Capital Management, the US-based firm that acquired Asia-focused fund-of-funds Squadron Capital in 2012. The financials of the transaction were not disclosed.
New York State Common Retirement Fund (NYSCRF) made its first direct China commitment in 2011, investing $100 million in Hony Capital’s fifth fund. Over the preceding years, the LP fashioned a more targeted Asia strategy, complementing its participation...
Global fund-of-funds are looking to scale up and become more diversified, while many of their smaller counterparts are pursuing niche strategies. Is the model in a state of decline or a state of revolution?