Korean GP Hahn & Company will assume majority control of Ssangyong Cement with the acquisition of a stake held by Japan-listed Taiheiyo Cement for KRW454.8 billion ($394 million).
A subsidiary of Chinese logistics player Shanghai Yupei Group, which is backed by RRJ Capital, The Carlyle Group, and Temasek Holdings, is looking to raise up to HK$3.36 billion ($434 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
Asia-IO Advisors' strategic co-investment with Foxconn Technology Group has led to the creation of a systems integration specialist that will help manufactures embrace 'industry 4.0'
Ascendent Capital Partners has teamed up with the chairman and founder of China Automation Group to invest HK$549.5 million ($70.8 million) in the Hong Kong-listed company, triggering a mandatory buyout offer.
US-based private equity firm Cartesian Capital has committed $20 million in project development financing to Australian mining company White Rock Minerals.
Varun Beverages, a major drinks manufacturer and bottler for PepsiCo in South Asia backed by several PE investors, has filed for an IPO.
Sino-European investor AGIC Capital has acquired Italy-based Gimatic with a view to boosting sales of the company's robotics components in Asia
VinaCapital Investment Management has led a $30 million funding round for Vietnamese wood-working and decorative materials manufacturer An Cuong.
Resource Capital Funds has agreed to buy Ausenco, an Australia-listed mining services business struggling as a result of the commodities downturn, at an enterprise value of A$153.7 million ($113.3 million).
China-Europe cross-border private equity firm AGIC Capital has acquired a large majority stake in Gimatic, an Italian robotics supplier planning an Asian expansion.
Navis Capital Partners has agreed to acquire a controlling stake in Macau-based footwear component supplier ISA Industrial.
Australian agriculture fund manager Laguna Bay Pastoral Company has reached a first close of A$280 million ($208.5 million) on its second investment vehicle for institutional investors.
EQT Partners has exited Modern Metal & Precision, a Chinese aluminum die casting manufacturer, to China-based private equity firm JD Capital.
Greenko Energy Holdings, an Indian renewable energy producer owned by the Singapore sovereign wealth fund, GIC Private, has raised $230 million from GIC and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).
Australian testing services company ALS has rejected a buyout offer from Advent International and Bain Capital that valued the company at about A$2.7 billion ($1.9 billion).
Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund (MAIF) has invested EUR26 million ($28.9 million) for a 40% interest in Japanese logistics company Nippon Vopak.
CITIC Capital Partners overcame strategic competition to buy a majority stake in Tri-Wall. After six years and significant financial and geographic expansion, it is exiting to a strategic player
China Zhejiang Yinlun Machinery, a Shenzhen-listed manufacturer of heat exchangers, has acquired US-based counterpart Thermal Dynamics International (TDL) for $56.65 million, facilitating a full exit to US private equity backer Evergreen Pacific Partners.
Samara Capital has exited its stake in Indian listed oil and gas exploration services provider Asian Oilfield Services to Mumbai-based energy exploration firm Oilmax Energy for INR300 million ($4.4 million).
The Riverside Company believes New Zealand’s Simcro has what it takes to build its animal health device business worldwide, and is using its global reach and long-term perspective to help the company succeed
Australia’s politically charged beef industry has attracted a wave of new investment, much of it driven by overseas buyers. As this interest elevates valuations and emotions, PE firms must capture value with care
CITIC Capital Partners has agreed to sell its majority stake in Tri-Wall Holdings, an Asia-focused heavy duty packaging business, to Japanese packaging manufacturer Rengo for $221.7 million.
UC Capital's Lions Growth Fund will give European manufacturers access to the connections and the capital in Asia they cannot get on their own.
Temasek Holdings and Advent International have launched an open offer to acquire a controlling stake in Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals (CGCEL), the former consumer products unit of India's Crompton Greaves, for up to INR16.9 billion ($253 million).