China’s PGA Venture Partners has led a $4.5 million Series A round of funding for Hong Kong-based financial services software provider Quantifeed.
Henry Kravis, co-founder of KKR, emphasized the importance of Asia’s rising middle class and the diversification of his firm’s investment approach as continued volatility globally is likely to deliver both uncertainty and opportunity.
New Zealand-listed health food and supplements producer Oceania Natural has secured HK$19.5 ($2.5 million) from a group of domestic and Chinese investors for the establishment of a Hong Kong subsidiary.
A PE-backed Chinese consortium has agreed a $600 million acquisition of the web browser business of Norway’s Opera Software after a full takeover bid worth $1.2 billion failed to attain government approval.
MindWorks Ventures has led a $10 million funding round for Hong Kong-based van rental app developer Lalamove.
Two funds managed by IDG Capital Partners will make partial exits from Super Sports Media – which holds the mainland China broadcast rights for English Premier League football matches – through a reverse merger with Hong Kong-listed comic book publisher...
Hong Kong app-enabled logistics start-up GoGoVan has completed a Series C round led by New Horizon Capital. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) made new or approved private equity and real estate commitments of $9.7 billion in 2015, double the previous year’s allocation.
Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) secured a 4.5x return on its partial exit from Hong Kong-based financial advisor AMTD when China Minsheng International and LR Capital Group took a majority interest in the business.
Having bought the HMV business in Asia as a distressed asset, Hong Kong-based AID Partners is working to reposition it as a lifestyle brand that reaches deeper into the media value chain than DVDs and CDs
Hong Kong-based energy investor Kerogen Capital has agreed to commit GBP44 million ($63 million) to UK-based oil and gas company Hurricane Energy.
China’s Huatai Securities has agreed to purchase financial consultancy group AssetMark for $780 million from US-based PE firms Aquiline Capital Partners and Genstar Capital.
After a major turnaround for Texon International, Navis aims to reinforce management's strengths and help the company reach the next level
Navis Capital Partners has acquired Hong Kong-based footwear component manufacturer Texon International Group for $75-$125 million, AVCJ understands, buying a controlling stake held by Barclays Ventures.
Carlyle Group-backed hospital operator Zhongmei Healthcare has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
CMC Capital Partners and FountainVest Partners have made a partial exit from IMAX China after agreeing to an extended lock-up period for the rest of their shares.
Hong Kong-based media group Orange Sky Golden Harvest Entertainment has raised RMB400 million ($61.5 million) from a group of investors including CITIC Securities-managed Credit Prosperity Fund and PE-backed Beijing Weiying Technology, which runs online...
CDH Investments has made a full exit from Hong Kong-listed Beijing Digital Telecom (BDT), one of China’s largest mobile retail chains, raising HK$366.93 million ($47 million).
Ping An Ventures, the VC arm of China's Ping An Insurance Group, has led a $10 million Series A round for Hong Kong-based genetic test developer Prenetics.
SMIT Holdings, a China-focused provider of payment systems and security devices for TV broadcasters, which has several VC investors, is looking to raise as much as HK$291 million ($37 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
AID Partners is set for a partial exit from HMV’s Asia business after agreeing to sell an 18.37% stake in the music and movie retailer to Japan-based World Innovation Lab for $9 million.
Dongpeng Holdings, a Hong Kong-listed ceramic tiles maker, has received a take-private proposal from its management and existing shareholder Sequoia Capital China.
Hong Kong ranks low in a new study of global start-up ecosystems, but has the potential to fly high. A mixture of policy, patience and positive attitude is required
Hong Kong's start-up ecosystem is expanding rapidly from a low base and was the fifth fastest-growing ecosystem globally last year, according to a new report.