J.p.morgan asset management
China Water Affairs Group, a Hong Kong-listed integrated water service provider, has agreed to acquire Goldtrust Water Holdings for $109.71 million, facilitating an exit for J.P. Morgan’s...
Greater China | 29 Apr 2015 |
J.P. Morgan Asset Management has acquired Canaan Partners’ India venture capital portfolio through a secondary transaction said to be worth around $200 million.
Secondaries | 29 Apr 2015 |
Asia has become an established part of most North American and European LPs’ global private equity portfolios, but they still expect the region to deliver a risk premium over their home markets.
Performance | 22 Jan 2015 |
Interest in Asian real assets has surged as investors look to higher growth emerging markets for income and upside. Opportunities run from real estate to infrastructure, and in some cases offer a bit of both
Real estate | 30 Oct 2013 |
Boris Bong, a managing director at Hong Kong-based fund-of-funds Squadron Capital, has left the company. He is joining J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s private equity group, also as a managing director.
Greater China | 15 Jun 2012 |
BlackRock has hired Joseph Pacini from J.P. Morgan Private Bank to be the head of BlackRock Alternative Investors Strategy Group, Asia Pacific ex-Japan.
People | 12 Mar 2012 |
J.P. Morgan Worldwide Securities Services (WSS) has appointed Stephanie Miller to head up its global alternative investment services business. Reporting to Nick Rudenstine, global head of investor services for WSS, she will be responsible for the firm’s...
Industry | 12 Mar 2012 |
J.P. Morgan Asset Management has appointed former Blackstone MD Rob Johnson as its head of global business development for China real estate.
People | 06 Dec 2011 |
A JPMorgan proprietary fund will invest INR2 billion ($40 million) in five Bangalore-based residential projects being developed by Nitesh Estates. With the US investment bank’s backing, the Indian real estate firm is expected to raise debt to fund the...
Real estate | 24 Nov 2011 |
Japan’s private equity industry is anticipating greater changes in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
North Asia | 19 Oct 2011 |
Trustbridge Partners has received a $30 million commitment for its fourth fund from the Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System. An India sidecar fund on JPMorgan’s Asian Infrastructure & Related Resources Opportunity (AIRRO) Fund will get...
Greater China | 28 Sep 2011 |
Indian property developers will borrow about $1 billion from private equity funds this fiscal year as banks cut back on lending, according to Knight Frank. PE funding to the sector came to INR12 billion ($252 million) in the last three months and the...
South Asia | 15 Sep 2011 |
A J.P. Morgan Chase-backed fund will pay approximately $400 million for a nearly 20% stake in Mumbai-based SKIL Infrastructure, an infrastructure project developer with assets including ship maker Pipavav Defence – formerly Pipavav Shipyard - and Offshore...
Infrastructure | 14 Sep 2011 |
Co-head of ICICI Venture K.S. “Jang” Jangbahadur has departed the company to head JP Morgan’s private equity business, India’s Business Standard reported.
People | 05 Aug 2011 |
Meat processor China Yurun Food Group, which last year reportedly attracted investment from Temasek Holdings and Hopu Investment Management, saw its shares plunge nearly 20% on Monday amid rumors that the company was about to come under attack from short-sellers.
Consumer | 28 Jun 2011 |
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In 2015, China is expected to experience a "new normal of growth". For private equity investors, China's new stage of growth represents huge opportunities: an increase of 270% in online consumption, the reform of over a hundred sovereign-owned enterprises, trillion-dollar investments into overseas infrastructure projects, the rising entrance of young entrepreneurs, and many more.
To be held on 28 and 29 May, the 14th annual AVCJ China Forum 2015 in Beijing will feature these exciting topics and bring together top-notch speakers from across the world.Join the premium industrial gathering of over 300 private equity professionals, regulators and senior executives for two days of mind-provoking discussions, networking and more.
28-29 May 2015, China World Summit Wing,Beijing
There is a feeling that now is a shrewd time to invest in Japan and take advantage of the favourable conditions for private equity. Valuations are low compared with the rest of Asia and strategic buyers and the IPO market are providing an attractive route for exits. There are also signs that corporate Japan is slowly coming around to engaging PE as a potential buyer for non-core assets and recent developments at the GPIF suggest that PE will be under strong consideration for allocations from pension funds in the near future as well as regional banks committing to the asset class right now.
The macro concerns that have been present for many years still remain in terms of low growth and currency depreciation but these are encouraging times for fund managers looking to both raise capital from Japanese LPs and make investments.
245-26 June 2015, Conrad Hotel, Tokyo