China’s Ministry of Finance and the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) - the country's internet oversight agency - have launched an internet-related investment fund with a target of RMB100 billion ($15 billion).
Saama Capital has closed its third India venture capital fund at $57 million, above the target of $50 million.
With the pace of fundraising picking up in China's venture capital industry, offshore LPs face challenges keeping up with the latest developments
Early-stage investor SOS Ventures – known for accelerator programs such as China-based HAX and Chinaccelerator – has closed its third global VC fund at $150 million.
Khailee Ng, managing partner at 500 Startups, discusses the development of venture capital in Southeast Asia
Indian venture capital firm Lightbox has raised a $54 million top-up fund that will be used to make additional investments in certain portfolio companies.
GGV Capital won strong investor support for a Sino-US venture strategy that allows it to back start-ups from seed through growth rounds
GenBridge Capital, a venture capital firm whose founders include two members of Chinese online retailer JD.com’s M&A team, is seeking to raise $500 million for its debut China fund.
Japanese venture capital firm Global Brain has launched its sixth fund, targeting JPY20 billion ($174 million), which will be deployed in domestic technology companies.
OneVentures, Brandon Capital and BioScience Managers have been selected to manage the Australian government’s A$500 million ($375 million) Biomedical Translation Fund (BTF).
Jungle Ventures' latest fund aims to help start-ups in Southeast Asia reach their potential through cross-border collaboration
Accel Partners plans to take advantage of India's increasingly affluent and sophisticated population
With concerns that China's venture capital boom is heading for a bust, investors are increasingly targeting early-stage strategies. Renminbi funds are also coming more into the reckoning
Chinese investment firm Huiyin Group has launched a $20 million fund to invest in blockchain technologies.
Sydney Angels, a syndicate of high-net-worth individuals that invests in Australian start-ups, has launched its second fund with a view to raising up to A$20 million ($15 million).
Singapore-based Jungle Ventures has reached a final close of $100 million on its second fund, which will target Southeast Asian technology start-ups.
Accel Partners has closed its fifth India-focused venture capital fund at $450 million, less than two years after raising $305 million for the fourth vehicle.
Angel Plus, a Chinese early-stage VC fund established by Michael Yu, co-founder of New Oriental Education, has launched a debut US dollar-denominated fund worth $100 million.
The growth potential of India’s technology sector is unquestioned, but there have been relatively few spin-outs to threaten the incumbents. A couple of track record-boosting IPOs would help matters
Early-stage VC firm WI Harper Group has teamed up with two Chinese investment funds – Luxin Venture Capital Group and Shandong Leader Equity Investment Fund – to launch a cross-border fund that will invest in start-ups in China and the US.
Indian IT and business consulting firm Infosys has made a INR31.6 million ($4.6 million) LP commitment to the debut fund of Stellaris Venture Partners, a spin-out from Helion Venture Partners.
US-Japan cross-border investment firm Draper Nexus Venture Partners has closed its second fund at $175 million.
With the support of his former employer, New Enterprise Associates, Xiaodong Jiang has gone independent with Long Hill Capital. Early-stage healthcare and consumer services are now in his sights
China VC investors are reminding portfolio companies to pursue profitability rather than sky-high paper valuations as the market continues to rationalize following an explosion of activity in recent years.