Shaw Kwei & Partners has merged two Singapore-headquartered portfolio companies – Beyonics and Chosen – to form a leading Asian-based precision parts manufacturing group.
InnoVen Capital, the venture debt firm backed by Temasek and UOB, sees considerable opportunities in Southeast Asia's entrepreneurial community, which the firm's CEO for Singapore and Southeast Asia Chin Chao sees as improving faster than expected.
Gobi Partners and Malaysia Venture Capital Management (Mavcap) have launched a MYR60 million ($14.5 million) fund that will make seed-stage investments across Southeast Asia.
Malaysian PE firm Ekuinas is set to consolidate its control of the Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT) after Sapura Resources agreed to sell its stake in the group, plus related education assets, for MYR247 million ($60.9 million).
Malaysia-based VC-backed internet television service Iflix has attracted $45 million of strategic investment from fellow Netflix rivals, including European broadcaster Sky, to expand the company’s business across Southeast Asia.
Malaysian health and wellness company PurelyB has acquired Singaporean yoga lifestyle website Stretch City.
Blippar, a UK-based developer of augmented reality, computer vision and artificial intelligence technology, has raised a $54 million Series D round to support its Asia expansion plans.
Malaysian PE fund IdeaRiverRun has led a $2 million Series A round of funding for Carsome, a local car purchasing platform.
KV Asia Capital has acquired a controlling stake in TF Value-Mart, a leading hypermarket chain in Malaysia.
Venturra Capital has led a $12 million Series A round for Malaysia-based gym membership app KFit.
Ekuinas, a private equity firm backed by the government of Malaysia, has invested a total of MYR79.8 million ($18.1 million) in two companies that support the healthcare sector.
Creador has acquired a 6.56% stake in 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings, the country’s largest convenience store chain with more than 1,900 stores, for around MYR108.8 million ($25.3 million).
Venturra Capital, a Southeast Asia-focused VC fund sponsored by the Lippo Group, has led a $4 million Series A round for Malaysian local services marketplace Kaodim.
Singapore-based early stage investor Golden Gate Ventures will commit more than $4 million to six Southeast Asian start-ups.
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Shanghai-based VC firm Gobi Partners has led a $2 million Series A round of funding for Hermo, a Malaysian cross-border cosmetics e-commerce platform.
IHH Healthcare has agreed to buy India's Ravindranath GE Medical (RGE), which operates five hospitals under the Global Hospitals brand, for INR12.8 billion ($194 million) in cash.
Ekuinas, the Malaysian government-backed private equity investor, has sold the Burger King franchises in Malaysia and Singapore, generating proceeds of MYR74.6 million ($17.7 million).
Malaysian telecommunications giant Axiata Group has acquired the Southeast Asian business of Komli Media, the Mumbai-based digital media firm backed by a slew of venture capital investors, for $11.25 million.
Malaysian online fitness platform KFit has raised $3.25 million in a funding round led by Sequoia Capital.
Nova Founders Capital and Caixa Capital have led a $3 million Series A round for Malaysia-based eyewear retailer GlassesGroupGlobal.
The Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC) has announced six registered crowd equity platforms that will be allowed to raise capital for small businesses and start-ups.
Malaysian confectionary manufacturer Cocoaland Holdings, which has been targeted by Navis Capital Partners and EQT Partners, has received a buyout offer from a consortium including Hong Kong investment company First Pacific.
Malaysian confectionary manufacturer Cocoaland Holdings has rejected a takeover bid from Navis Capital Partners that valued the company at MYR377.5 million ($104 million).