The Jakarta Stock Exchange has never been a popular location for private equity exits due to various structural problems. The government wants to address these issues, but there is no quick fix
Creador has acquired a 6.56% stake in 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings, the country’s largest convenience store chain with more than 1,900 stores, for around MYR108.8 million ($25.3 million).
Private equity-backed IPOs are undergoing a revival in India, but innate volatility means they are just one of multiple exit options that GPs should consider
Creador has made a partial exit from Cholamandalam Investment & Finance (CIF), an India-based non-banking finance company (NBFC), securing a 2.8x multiple and a 33% IRR in US dollar terms.
Creador targets mid-market investments in Southeast Asia and India. CEO Brahmal Vasudevan explains why he sees limited competition outside of India, and why he’s excited about the Philippines
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have traditionally featured in pre-deal due diligence to mitigate risk, but GPs are increasingly called upon to weave these considerations into strategic thinking
Southeast Asia and India-focused GP Creador has reached a first close of $250 million on its third fund. A final close around the target of $450 million is expected around the end of the year.
Creador is preparing to launch its third Southeast Asia- and India-focused fund with a target corpus of $450 million. This comes barely eight months after the GP closed its second fund at $330 million.
Creador Capital has paid IDR290 billion ($24 million) for a 20% stake in Indonesian lender Bank Index Selindo.
Indonesia’s middle market is a proxy for the robust services sector, but it is difficult for investors to penetrate and deal flow has been slow in recent years. Are we are about to see more?
Southeast Asia and India-focused GP Creador has acquired a minority stake in PC Jeweller, a publicly-listed Indian jewellery retail chain, for INR1.35 billion ($21.7 million).
With an emerging middle class willing to pay a premium for better services, Southeast Asian education has clear attractions. But investors seeking scale opportunities must pick their markets and strategies carefully.
Southeast Asia and India-focused GP Creador has paid INR1 billion ($16.2 million) for a minority stake in Ashiana Housing, a publicly-listed Indian property developer.
Creador and SMRT Holdings have agreed to buy a 30.75% stake in Malaysia-based Masterskill Education Group from the major shareholder for MYR69.4 million ($19.2 million) and now plan on completing a full buyout of the business.
Creador has made another partial exit from India's Repco Home Finance (RHF), bringing its stake in the company to just under 2%.
The growth of India's non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) - institutions that offer banking services without meeting the definition of a bank - is well-documented. According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the share of NBFC's assets as a proportion...
Creador has increased the size of it second fund to $330 million after receiving an additional LP commitment of $30 million.
Creador has made a partial exit from India's Repco Home Finance (RHF), generating a 3x return on its original investment.
Creador has reached a final close on its second fund at the hard cap of $300 million. A rush of late commitments saw the Southeast Asia and India-focused GP exceed its projected $275 million total.
The Carlyle Group has fully exited its stake in India's Repco Home Finance (RHF) for INR4.72 billion ($78.4 million) via an open market transaction.
Malaysia’s underlying macroeconomic fundamentals suggest a strong appeal to private equity but deal flow remains modest. Can more opportunities be unlocked in the mid-market?
The purchase of a minority stake in Vectus Industries, an Indian manufacturer of plastic water tanks and pipes, takes Creador’s tally to $100 million across five deals so far this year. Each investment came from the Southeast Asia and India-focused...
Southeast Asia and India-focused GP Creador has paid INR1 billion ($16.7 million) for a minority stake in Vectus Industries, an Indian manufacturer of plastic water tanks and pipes.