China-focused GP CITIC Capital has entered into advanced negotiations with Oaktree Capital Management to buy Axilone, a Europe-headquartered packaging supplier to the cosmetics industry.
Polaris Capital Group has agreed to acquire LB, a soft drink-focused division of Japanese beverage maker Asahi Group Holdings.
MBK Partners has submitted a tender offer for Kuroda Electric – a Japanese electronic components manufacturer that has been under pressure from an activist shareholder – that values the company at approximately JPY102 billion ($895 million).
Shaw Kwei & Partners has agreed to acquire a 75.6% stake in Singapore-listed oil and gas industry equipment supplier Gaylin for $68 million ($50 million).
KKR has improved its tender offer for Japanese high-tech manufacturer Hitachi Kokusai Electric after the process, which was announced in April, stalled due to share price volatility.
Goldman Sachs has invested KRW34 billion ($29.9 million) in Korean specialty food ingredients manufacturer Sun-in.
Provident Capital has joined a consortium of investors in a bid to acquire Finders Resources that values the Indonesian mining project developer at about A$177.7 million ($138 million).
Mekong Capital has completed its exit from Vietnamese agribusiness player Loc Troi, for a total return of more than $12 million.
Amber Enterprises, an India-based air conditioner manufacturer backed by ADV Partners, has filed for an IPO to raise INR5.6 billion ($84.8 million).
The Riverside Company has made an investment of undisclosed size in Energy Exemplar, a software provider for the electric power, water, gas and renewables industries.
Royole Corporation, a China-based flexible display technology developer, has completed its Series D funding round with $240 million in commitments from a group of local investors and also raised $560 million in debt financing.
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Planned partial exits for investors in Best Inc. were shelved as the Alibaba Group-backed Chinese logistics operator raised a lower-than-expected $450 million in its US IPO. The stock increased 5% on debut.
Tower Capital Asia is supporting a take-private bid for Poh Tiong Choon Logistics that values the Singapore-listed company at approximately S$275 million ($204 million).
The Carlyle Group has sold its approximately 46% stake in Coates Hire as Seven Group Holdings took full ownership of the Australian equipment-leasing business in a deal worth A$517 million ($418 million).
Warburg Pincus has led a $180 million Series D funding round in business park developer D&J China as part of a domestic operational expansion.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has proposed a $50 million investment in Indian developer Mahindra Lifespace (MLDL).
Mining-focused private equity firm Greenstone Resources has invested $21.2 million in Australian base metals project developer Heron Resources.
Australian mid-market GP Advent Partners has agreed to sell Integrated Packaging Group (IPG), an industrial and agricultural packaging business, to listed counterpart Pro-Pac in a deal worth A$177.5 million ($142.9 million).
The Carlyle Group has agreed to reduce its stake in Japan-listed manufacturing industry equipment supplier Tsubaki Nakashima from about 47% to 2.4%.
China’s FountainVest Partners has agreed to acquire 100% of Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems (BMTS), a German automotive industry supplier with an existing production and sales presence in Shanghai.
A string of private equity investors are set for partial exits as Best Inc, a Chinese logistics operator backed by Alibaba Group, looks to raise up to $1.07 billion in its New York Stock Exchange IPO.
Navis Capital Partners' bet on UK-based Cherry Valley Group seven years ago has paid off with a sale to two Chinese agribusiness investors
Singapore-based private equity firm Point Hope is set to back a $50 million financial restructuring of listed domestic energy industry services provider Emas Offshore.