KKR has sold its stake in French district heating provider Coriance to First State Investments, the asset management division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), a development finance institution backed by the US government, has begun the initial disbursement of a $250 million loan to private equity-backed Apollo Towers Myanmar.
India's Tata Power has agreed to acquire Welspun Renewables (WREPL), a subsidiary of Welspun Energy backed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and German development finance institution DEG.
China Three Gorges Corporation has agreed to buy an 80% interest in one of Germany’s largest offshore wind farms from The Blackstone Group.
Providence Equity has sold about 3.5% of its 6.8% stake in India’s Idea Cellular for INR13.8 billion ($206.6 million).
Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund (MAIF) has invested EUR26 million ($28.9 million) for a 40% interest in Japanese logistics company Nippon Vopak.
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).
American Capital, which has a presence in Asia through its energy and infrastructure investment business, will be acquired by Ares Capital Corporation (ACC) in a deal worth $3.43 billion.
Standard Chartered Private Equity (SCPE) has agreed to acquire a controlling interest in South Korean wastewater treatment specialist Kolon Water & Energy (KWE) for KRW88.6 billion ($74.9 million).
Quadrant Private Equity will exit Australia-based Canberra Data Centers (CDC) as listed infrastructure investor Infratil and Commonwealth Superannuation Corp. (CSC) agreed to buy a majority stake in the business for A$784 million ($565 million).
Singaporean port terminal operator PSA International has launched a logistics-focused venture capital arm with an initial fund size of S$20 million ($14.6 million).
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VIG Partners – formerly known as Vogo Investment – has agreed to buy an 83% stake in Korea-based parking management business HiParking for KRW27 billion ($23 million).
Hong Kong-based energy investor Kerogen Capital has agreed to commit GBP44 million ($63 million) to UK-based oil and gas company Hurricane Energy.
UOB Venture Management (UOBVM) will launch a Chongqing-based private equity fund of up to RMB100 billion ($15.4 billion) that will invest in companies addressing the China and Singapore markets.
Palisade Investment Partners and Australia’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) will partner on investments in domestic renewable energy projects valued at A$1 billion ($766 million).
Singapore’s GIC Private has entered into a joint venture with Indonesian industrial properties provider Mega Manunggal Property (MMP) to develop an extended warehouse portfolio.
Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) has invested INR980 million ($14.8 million) in India Energy Exchange, buying a 4.1% stake from Jindal Power.
Dutch pension fund manager APG Asset Management has committed $132 million, alongside Piramal Enterprises, to Essel Green Energy, the solar power platform of India's Essel Group.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), a development finance institution backed by the US government, will provide up to $250 million in debt funding to Indian renewable energy producer ReNew Power Ventures.
Australian rail freight and cargo port operator Asciano has accepted a joint takeover offer from consortiums led by Qube Holdings and Brookfield Asset Management worth A$9 billion ($6.8 billion).
India-based electrical equipment manufacturer Crompton Greaves has agreed to sell its offshore businesses to US-based PE firm First Reserve International for EUR115 million ($126 million).
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) has founded its India office and committed to invest $150 million in renewable energy in the country.