EQT Partners has bought a majority stake in Hong Kong-based social compliance assessment and improvement service Elevate.
Hong Kong is following in Singapore’s footsteps with the announcement of meaningful support for technology start-ups. Why is the government moving on the issue now, and what difference can it make?
Malaysian government-backed investor Khazanah National has led a $160 million Series B round of funding for WeLab, a Hong Kong-based mobile lending and credit analytics platform.
Hong Kong’s new Future Fund has initial capital of $28 billion and a remit to invest aggressively in alternatives. To understand its approach, one must understand the Hong Kong Monetary Authority
The Hong Kong government will create a HK$2 billion ($256 million) fund that will co-invest in start-ups alongside venture capital funds on a matching basis. It is one of a number of initiatives intended to bolster innovation and technology in the territory.
China's Huayi Brothers, Tencent Holdings and Yunfeng Capital – a PE firm co-founded by Alibaba Group's Jack Ma – have acquired a Hong Kong-listed shell company to develop films for local and international markets in a deal worth HK$547 million ($70.6...
Having acquired Hong Kong Broadband Network in 2012, CVC Capital Partners built on an already successful business, which continues to outperform in the public markets
China National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund (IC Fund), a national fund established to promote the domestic semiconductor industry, has agreed to pay RMB2.4 billion ($376 million) for a 24% stake in a unit of domestic electronics manufacturer...
Alibaba Group has officially launched its entrepreneur funds - worth a collective $450 million - in Hong Kong and Taiwan, picking Gobi Partners and China Development Industrial Bank (CDIB) to manage the vehicles in those respective markets.
Private placement agent and advisory firm First Avenue has opened an office in Hong Kong. It will be led by Michael Henningsen, previously a managing director at Park Hill Group.
Chinese food and beverage manufacturer Dali Foods Group, which is backed by CDH Investments, has launched a Hong Kong IPO with a target of HK$10.4 billion ($1.3 billion).
Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, a private psychiatric specialty care service provider in China with several PE investors, has priced its Hong Kong IPO to raise as much as HK$681 million ($88 million).
China International Capital Corp. (CICC) has announced the pricing for its upcoming Hong Kong IPO, which will see the company raise up to HK$6.3 billion ($811 million).
Matrix Partners has led a $5 million Series A round of funding for Klook, a Hong Kong-based online travel start-up.
Singapore has easily surpassed Hong Kong in terms of venture capital investment for the last four years, but that data should be assessed in the context of wider industry dynamics
Huarong Asset Management, one of four groups tasked with managing non-performing loans (NPLs) from Chinese state-owned banks, is looking to raise up to $3 billion in a Hong Kong IPO.
FountainVest Partners and CMC Capital Partners plan to make partial exits from IMAX China as the movie theater operator looks to raise as much as $276 million in a Hong Kong IPO.
CVC Capital Partners and its co-investors, AlpInvest Partners and GIC Private, have sold a 7.6% stake in Hong Kong Broadband (HKBN), the internet services provider they acquired in 2012 and took public in March.
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