AVCJ's daily bulletin is taking a short break for the festive holiday season.
The original concept for the AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards was straightforward: to create a “fun” event that also recognized excellence in the industry in Asia.
The supplement featuring winners of the 2017 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards that appeared with the December 5 issue of the magazine is now available for download.
Finding ways to implement environment, social and governance (ESG) policies and track performance with greater consistency has become a priority for some – but by no means all – Asian GPs
Growing interest in control deals among Indian GPs means increased pressure to demonstrate value-add capabilities. Improving portfolio companies requires attention to the country’s unique corporate landscape
Asian Venture Capital Journal was honored at the 2017 State Street Institutional Press Awards, Asia Pacific, for its private equity coverage.
LPs are increasingly comfortable with adopting a range of strategies in Asia’s private equity community, industry participants told the AVCJ Forum.
Private equity ownership can bring significant benefit to a portfolio company, but it can also be challenging for both the investor and the investee.
Fund managers in Asia’s middle market must demonstrate excellent customer service to make themselves stand out to increasingly overstretched LPs, industry participants told the AVCJ Forum.
KKR was named firm of the year and won the large-cap fundraising prize at the 2017 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards. Yichen Zhang of CITIC Capital was honored as PE professional of the year while PAG Asia Capital and an MBK Partners and Goldman...
The focus for private equity firms in Asia has shifted from putting in place environment, social and governance (ESG) policies to implementing these policies across portfolios consistently and in ways that allow their impact to be measured.
A new generation of Chinese technology companies – conscious of the need to stay competitive – are becoming more active M&A players as they choose to buy rather than build their way into multiple verticals
Voting for the 2017 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards has now closed. Many thanks to all those who participated.
Philippines-focused private equity funds are young and unproven. The investment theses need to play out – ideally resulting in more deal flow for larger GPs – for the industry to come of age
There will be no AVCJ bulletin on October 5 due to a public holiday in Hong Kong marking the Mid-Autumn Festival.
AVCJ's daily bulletin will not be published on October 2 due to the public holiday in Hong Kong marking China's National Day.
Assets held by the largest pension funds and sovereign wealth funds in Asia Pacific increased 7% year-on-year – outpacing the global growth rate of 6.1% - to $3.7 trillion in 2016 on the back of strong, though volatile, equities markets.
Nominations for the 2017 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards have now closed. Many thanks for your participation.
Temasek Holdings saw its portfolio hit a record high of S$275 billion ($199 billion) for the 12 months ended March, but the Singapore government-controlled investment fund warned that the global economy is still plagued by uncertainties.
China Investment Corporation (CIC) increased its alternatives exposure by a few percentage points to 37.24% for the year ended December 2016 as its international portfolio rebounded from a loss in 2015 to post an investment return of 6.22%.
GIC Private warned of years of uncertainty ahead as the Singapore sovereign wealth fund announced its weakest investment performance since the global financial crisis.
US public pension funds are active investors in private equity, but their asset allocation policies are influenced by stakeholders’ input and limited internal resources, as well as the desire for returns
The National Pension Service of Korea (NPS) continued its steady growth in alternatives exposure, with its allocation increasing from 10.7% to 11.4% over the course of 2016 – which equates to additional capital of KRW9 trillion ($7.9 billion) – as...
China’s National Council for Social Security Fund (NSSF), the largest pension fund in the country, saw its investment return decline to 1.73% in 2016 from 15.19% the previous year, largely due to losses on fixed income products.