Consun Pharmaceutical Group, a Chinese medicine retailer backed by Hony Capital, is seeking to raise up to HK$1.09 billion ($140 million) through an IPO in Hong Kong.
Asia-focused Hillhouse Capital will commit about HK$274 million ($35 million) as a cornerstone investor in China Conch Venture’s HK$3.59 billion Hong Kong IPO.
“When AIFMD came out in draft form a couple of years ago we engaged the Hong Kong government to participate in the process of seeking comment,” David Pierce, a partner at FLAG Squadron Asia and until recently non-executive chairman of the Hong Kong...
The Carlyle Group and Farallon Capital Management will commit $35 million as cornerstone investors in Fu Shou Yuan International’s $215 million Hong Kong IPO.
Hong Kong-based Horizon Ventures has led a $15.2 million Series B round for Misfit Wearables, the US start-up behind the physical activity monitor Shine. Existing investors – which include Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, OATV,...
In 2010 Japan Home Centre was already a successful domestic brand but to realize its IPO ambitions it needed the right partner to guide it through a period of rapid expansion – EQT Partners
Jintian Pharmaceutical Group, a Chinese pharmaceutical retailer and distributor backed by CVC Capital Partners and SEAVI Advent Private Equity, is seeking to raise as much as $273 million through an IPO in Hong Kong.
PE-backed China Cinda Asset Management Corp, one of four groups set up to absorb non-performing loans (NPLs) from the country’s Big Four state-owned banks, is expected to raise up to $2.5 billion in its Hong Kong IPO.
Gaw Capital Partners, a Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm, has acquired Waterside House - an office building in London - on behalf of a pool of South Korean institutional investors.
Proposals have been released on extending Hong Kong’s offshore funds tax exemption to include PE and setting up open-ended investment companies. Market watchers are encouraged, but know they must be patient
Hong Kong’s Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) has released proposals for extending the profits tax exemption for offshore funds to include private equity and introducing open-ended investment company (OEIC) structures through which managers...
Temasek Holdings and Shanghai-based Greenwoods Investment have made a pre-IPO investment in Phoenix Healthcare Group, picking up a 10% stake in the company for RMB165 million ($26.8 million).
Mary Ma, co-founder and chairman of Boyu Capital, has been appointed as a non-executive director of Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
Google has partnered with The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) to launch a one-year incubation program to help students and young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong build their own businesses.
Hydoo International Holdings, a Chinese commercial real estate developer backed by Hony Capital, has raised more than $200 million in a Hong Kong IPO.
Boyaa Interactive, a Chinese developer of online board and card games backed by Sequoia Capital, intends to raise as much as HK1.03 billion ($133 million) through an IPO in Hong Kong. It is the third game developer to pursue a listing in the city this...
RRJ Capital is said to have upped its stake in the US insurance unit of ING Group, investing a further $248 million.
Global law firm Proskauer has appointed Lynn Chan as a consultant to the private investment funds group, working out of Hong Kong. She was previously a counsel in the investment funds practice at O’Melveny & Myers in Hong Kong and Singapore.
TPG Capital has agreed to buy a 12.15% stake in Chinese satellite television operator Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings from 21st Century Fox for HK$1.66 billion ($214 million).
Hutchison Whampoa has abandoned plans to sell Hong Kong supermarket chain ParknShop, after it had reportedly attracted bids from the likes of KKR, TPG Capital and a number of strategic investors.
Alibaba Group has decided not to pursue a Hong Kong IPO after efforts to persuade the exchange to accommodate a shareholding structure that allows management to retain control of the business met with a lukewarm response. It is unclear where the listing...
Singapore-based mobile game developer I Got Games (IGG), which is backed by IDG Technology Venture Investment and Temasek Holdings, intends to raise as much as HK$950 million ($123 million) through an IPO in Hong Kong.
Forgame Holdings, a Chinese mobile game developer backed by several VC firms, saw its stocks jump 32.4% to HK$67.50 ($8.7) a share on its first day trading following its $206 million Hong Kong IPO yesterday.
Hong Kong has one of the most saturated and advanced broadband markets in the world. Finding new areas of growth is difficult but not impossible, says Hong Kong Broadband owner CVC Capital Partners