Chinese state-owned conglomerate Beijing Enterprises Holding (BEHL) has agreed to buy EEW Energy from Waste, a German waste management company, from EQT Partners for EUR1.44 billion ($1.6 billion).
Go Scale Capital will continue to target international acquisitions, including in the US, despite the termination of a deal for Philips’ LED components and automotive lighting unit due to regulatory concerns.
Bain Capital spent 10 years restructuring Europe-based FCI - more than returning its capital from divestments in the process - into an Asia-focused electronics business
London-based Cocoon Networks, which is backed private equity firms China Equity Group and Hanxin Capital, has launched a GBP500 million ($720 million) venture fund to invest in UK and European technology start-ups.
AGIC Capital sees the $1 billion acquisition of KraussMaffei from Onex as just one example of the rich seam of cross-border deal flow available for Chinese investors in Germany
AGIC Capital, a private equity firm that focuses on China-Europe cross-border investments, has teamed up with two Chinese companies to acquire KraussMaffei Group from Onex Corporation at an enterprise valuation of EUR925 million ($1.01 billion).
L Capital, a private equity firm sponsored by luxury goods giant LVMH, will merge with consumer-focused GP Catterton to form L Catterton.
China Media Capital Holdings (CMC Holdings) and CITIC Capital have paid $400 million for a 13% stake in Abu Dhabi-based City Football Group (CFG), which owns the Manchester City Football Club and other related businesses.
Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten has launched a $100 million fund for investments in financial technology start-ups worldwide.
Billionaire investor Marc Ladreit de Lacharriere, the CEO of French financial services firm Fimalac, has bought a 5% stake in Warburg Pincus and become a senior strategic partner at the firm.
Singapore-based private equity investor Hera Capital has agreed to sell its entire stake in Shanghai and Singapore-based social media analytics firm ActSocial to Linkfluence, a European company with a similar remit.
Asia-Germany Industrial Promotion Capital (AGIC), a PE firm focused on China-Europe cross-border investments, has reached a first close of $550 million on its debut fund.
Monde Nissin's acquisition of Quorn Foods from Exponent Private Equity reflects the growing interest among Philippines conglomerates for overseas assets
Media-for-equity investing has become a well-established niche market in Europe. To take hold in Asia, the model requires the right investors and the right customers
Philippines food conglomerate Monde Nissin has agreed to buy Quorn Foods from UK-focused GP Exponent Private Equity and Intermediate Capital Group (IGC) at an enterprise valuation of GBP550 million ($835 million).
Australia-based CHAMP Private Equity is set for a partial exit from Accolade Wines after agreeing to sell its 50% stake in UK-based drinks wholesaler Matthew Clark to Conviviality Retail, owner of a franchised off-license chain in the UK.
Auda International, the private equity arm of the Harald Quandt family, has been folded under the HQ Capital brand alongside its sister alternative investment businesses.
Baring Private Equity Asia has acquired a 40% stake in UK-based cereals producer Weetabix and will work alongside Bright Food Group – which holds the remaining 60% – to expand the business in China.
Trimco, a Hong Kong-headquartered garment label manufacturer controlled by Partners Group, has agreed to buy industry peer A-Tex from Europe-based Polaris Private Equity.
Kerogen Capital, a Hong Kong-headquartered energy investor, has committed up to $100 million to Zennor Petroleum, an exploration and production (E&P) company that focuses on the UK’s North Sea area.
Japanese sportswear company Descente has bought an 80% stake in UK sports brand Inov-8, providing an exit for the firm's private equity backer Livingbridge. The financial details were not disclosed.
As Terra Firma prepares to return to market, Guy Hands, the firm’s founder and chairman, explains why the changing GP-LP dynamic requires more flexibility on structures and fees, and GPs with more skin in the game
China’s HNA Group has agreed to buy ground handling and cargo services provider Swissport International from PAI Partners for CHF2.7 billion ($2.8 billion).
Indian IT services firm Mindtree, which is backed by Nalanda Capital and Global Technology Ventures Limited, will buy US-based Relational Solutions and UK-based Bluefin for a total of $76 million.