Canadian VC firm Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital has partnered with the Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) to support cleantech start-ups.
With regulators toughening their stance on compliance, PE investors in Asia may have to place as much emphasis on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues for public market exits as they do for trade sales
Hong Kong-based freight services platform Freightos has raised a $14 million Series B round from a clutch of investors.
Chinese private equity firm JD Capital has agreed to buy Ageas’ Hong Kong life insurance business for HK$10.68 billion ($1.38 billion).
Hong Kong-based financial advisor AMTD wants to meet the needs of mainland investors looking to access international markets. Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia is helping the firm best position itself
Chinese internet security software provider Qihoo360 Technology, which recently received a take-private offer from its management and VC investors, intends to acquire a majority stake in Hong Kong-listed Vision Values. It is suggested Qihoo might seek...
CITIC Capital Partners and Crestview Partners have agreed to sell Canada-based auto parts maker Stackpole to Johnson Electric Holdings for C$867 million ($659 million).
Tencent Holdings has led a Series B round of funding worth $60 million for Hong Kong-based online brokerage Futu5.com, with participation from Matrix Partners and Sequoia Capital.
The move to extend the profit tax exemption for offshore funds in Hong Kong to include private equity has been more than two years in the making. After various lobbying efforts, plans to extend the exemption – already enjoyed by the hedge fund industry...
The Hong Kong government has extended the profits tax exemption for offshore funds – from which the hedge fund industry already benefits – to include private equity.
PAG Asia Capital's absolute returns business has joined a consortium that plans to invest HK$3.87 billion ($500 million) in Hong Kong-based investment firm Kingston Financial.
Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, the largest private psychiatric specialty care service provider in China backed by PE investors, has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong app-enabled logistics start-up GoGoVan has raised $10 million in Series B round of funding. Investors in the round included Hu Zemin, the former CEO of Android app store 91 Wireless, and social media firm RenRen.
Hong Kong-based "valet storage" start-up Boxful has raised a HK$51.1 million ($6.6 million) Series A round from a consortium including Arocrest Capital, Lonsdale Capital, and several real estate investors.
Infiniti, the luxury car unit of Japanese automaker Nissan, has teamed up with Hong Kong-based incubator Nest to launch a platform that will support start-ups developing smart city solutions.
GIC Private and BlackRock have joined four other investors to cornerstone Chinese biotech pharmaceutical developer 3SBio's relisting in Hong Kong, two years after it was taken off NASDAQ by CITIC Private Equity.
Navis Capital Partners has appointed Hugh Dyus, who until last year was head of Asia private equity at Macquarie Funds Management, as a partner based in Hong Kong.
A consortium led by Jack Ma, founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group, has acquired 81% of Hong Kong-listed brokerage Reorient Group.
Babson Capital Management has reached a final close of $177.2 million on its latest Asia-focused mezzanine fund.
Hong Kong-based early-stage investor Brinc has launched an internet of things (IoT) accelerator program, with a view to developing the city into a global technology hub.
DBS Bank has partnered with Hong Kong-based seed investor Nest to launch a financial technology (fintech) accelerator program.
Chinese media-focused private equity firm CMC Capital Partners has acquired a stakes in the consortium that controls Television Broadcasts (TVB), a free-to-air broadcaster in Hong Kong.
Chinese GP Hony Capital has joined a consortium led by David Chiu, chairman of Hong Kong-listed property developer Far East Consortium International, that is applying for a domestic free-to-air television license.
The Carlyle Group has fully exited Chinese home appliance maker Haier Electronics Group (HEG), raising HK$3.29 billion ($424 million) through a block trade.