Hong Kong and Singapore-based hedge fund manager OCP Asia has raised a $200 million direct lending vehicle to make private equity-style credit investments in small and medium-sized enterprises (SME).
Hong Kong's Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (CTFE) has agreed to buy Australian power utility Alinta Energy, providing an exit for TPG Capital.
Healthcare-focused PE investor Ally Bridge Group will support the HK$2.3 billion ($301 million) management-led take-private of Hong Kong-listed Shandong Luoxin Pharmacy Group.
Co-High Investment Management, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm focused largely on culture and media, has agreed to invest in a film production company formed through a US-Hong Kong merger.
Sequoia Capital China has led a $30 million Series B funding round for Hong Kong-based travel services company Klook.
Hospital Corporation of China (HCC), a hospital operation group established by Hony Capital, has launched a Hong Kong IPO that would see the company raise as much as HK$500 million ($64 million).
PAG Asia Capital has submitted a cash offer worth HK$4.7 billion ($612 million) for a 42.1% stake in Chinese industrial supply company Yingde Gases.
Oaktree Capital Management and Navis Capital Partners are merging Fitness First and Celebrity Fitness in the expectation that scale will be rewarded in Southeast Asia's gym market
Banuba, a Hong Kong-based developer of technologies for augmented reality (AR) mobile applications, has raised $5 million from VP Capital and Larnabel Ventures.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has proposed a commitment of $60 million to IDS Medical Systems, a Hong Kong-based healthcare industry supplier for Southeast Asia.
Kerogen Capital, a Hong Kong-headquartered GP specializing in international energy investments, has committed an initial $50 million to a planned $1.3 billion development in gas fields off the coast of Israel.
Delphinium Capital Partners, a Hong Kong-based GP formed by Harmony Asset Management executive Vivian Yan, has reached a first close of $16 million on its debut fund, which focuses on Asian female-led companies.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) plans to increase investments from the its long-term growth portfolio (LTGP) – the majority of which is deployed in private equity – in response to a “high complex and unpredictable” global political and...
Hong Kong-based delivery start-up Lalamove has raised a $30 million Series B round of funding led by Xianghe Capital, a China-focused VC fund set by a former Baidu executive.
New Century Healthcare, a Chinese pediatric hospital operator backed by CDH Investments and Boyu Capital, is planning to raise HK$1 billion ($129 million) via a Hong Kong IPO.
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Hong Kong private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners has led the purchase of an office building in Australia for conversion into student accommodation.
General Atlantic has promoted Mumbai-based Shantanu Rastogi and Hong Kong-based Erin Chang.
IFM Investors, an investment manager owned by 29 Australian superannuation funds, has opened an office in Hong Kong and been granted a license by the Securities & Futures Commission.
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The International Financial Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has proposed an investment of up to $25 million in Hong Kong-based financial comparison platform CompareAsiaGroup.
Zhou Hei Ya, a Chinese mass-market braised food producer backed by IDG Capital Partners and Tiantu Capital, is looking to raise up to HK$3.3 billion ($427 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), a sovereign wealth fund of the government of Abu Dhabi, has announced plans to open an office in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is the only major international center openly seeking to treat carried interest as income rather than capital gain for tax purposes. The private equity industry wants to know where it stands