Indian PE-backed renewable energy producer ReNew Power Ventures has raised $200 million from Japanese energy producer JERA.
Azerbaijan’s state oil fund (SOFAZ) has agreed to invest $100 million in a Japan-focused logistics vehicle being raised by e-Shang Redwood (ESR), a pan-Asian logistics services company that has a string of private equity backers.
Goldman Sachs and TPG Capital have led a A$400 million ($306 million) round of funding for AirTrunk, a Singapore-based data center provider that is currently developing facilities in Australia and has plans to expand region-wide.
Finding a reliable local counterparty for a power purchasing agreement gave Equis the confidence to commit $302 million to solar projects in Australia
EIG Global Energy Partners has invested in Senex Energy and will partner with the Australian oil and gas producer on several of its projects.
Japan-based Advantage Partners has agreed to sell its controlling stake in GTA TeleGuam, the principal telecommunications provider on the US island of Guam, to US-based family office Huntsman Family Investments (HFI).
Equis Energy has agreed to invest A$400 million ($302 million) in two solar energy projects in South Australia and Queensland, marking the Singapore-based renewable energy-focused GP’s first investment in Australia.
The Abraaj Group has agreed to buy a majority stake in Pakistani wind farm operator Jhimpir Power from energy sector investor Burj Capital.
Enechange, which manages an energy price comparison site aimed at Japanese customers, has raised JPY500 million ($4.4 million) from Opt Ventures and IMJ Investment Partners.
E-Shang Redwood (ESR), a pan-Asian logistics services company backed by Warburg Pincus, has moved into Southeast Asia with an agreement to buy 80% of Cambridge Industrial Trust (CIT), a Singapore real estate investment trust (REIT) with assets worth S$1.4...
Private equity and venture capital investment activity in Pakistan remains sparse, but early movers are beginning to cut deals with a new sense of confidence as geopolitical and economic issues simmer down
The China-CEE Fund, which is backed by China Exim Bank and invests in Central and Eastern Europe, has agreed to buy Hungarian fixed line telecom and broadband internet provider Invitel Group for an enterprise valuation of EUR202 million ($214 million).
Ausgrid deal obscures weak investment environment; fundraising returns to normal after state-backed blitz; China’s IPO market is on the mend, but public market problems undermine Asia exits
Patient Japanese capital and state-backed Malaysian funding underpin a partial spin-out of Southeast Asia telecom towers business Edotco from Axiata
E-Shang Redwood (ESR), a pan-Asian logistics services company backed by Warburg Pincus, has received a $300 million pre-IPO investment from a consortium of Chinese investors.
Australian lottery operator Tatts Group has rejected a A$7.3 billion ($5.4 billion) buyout offer from a PE-backed consortium, saying the terms are inferior to those in a proposed merger with industry counterpart Tabcorp.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has agreed to provide $165 million in debt financing to the Bangladeshi subsidiary of Singapore-based energy firm Sembcorp Utilities.
Emerging markets-focused private equity firm Tridevi Capital has invested $20 million in India-listed energy exploration company Deep Industries.
NewQuest Capital Partners inspired fellow shareholders in China Hydroelectric to back an aggressive take-private and achieve a seven-fold hike in equity value
Epsilon Venture Partners has led a INR1.5 billion ($23 million) Series A round for Indian data center and cloud service provider Pi Datacenters.
A consortium comprising Morgan Stanley Infrastructure, KKR, First State Super and Macquarie has submitted a buyout offer for Australian lottery operator Tatts Group that values the business at up to A$7.3 billion ($5.4 billion).
Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) and Malaysian state-controlled fund Khazanah Nasional have agreed to invest a combined $600 million in Kuala Lumpur-based telecom infrastructure company Edotco.
Partners Group moves early in response to regulatory easing in Australia's renewables space with $186 million wind power bet
Partners Group has invested A$250 million ($186 million) into an Australian wind energy installation that aims to power 110,000 homes and offset 600,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.