Tiantu Capital has closed its sixth renminbi-denominated fund on RMB1 billion ($160 million). The vehicle will mainly invest in China's consumer sector.
Greater China | 06 Aug 2013 |
Hong Kong jeweler Chow Tai Fook has teamed up with financial services provider Credit China and private equity firm VMS Investment to form a closed-end Renminbi Qualified Foreign Limited Partnership (RQFLP) fund. The vehicle, named Chongqing Run Ke Equity...
Greater China | 03 Jul 2013 |
China’s State Council appears to have resolved the regulatory spat over domestic private equity, designating the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) as the single agency responsible for the asset class. The National Development and Reform...
Greater China | 03 Jul 2013 |
IDG Capital Partners, Tiantu Capital, Shenzhen-based Cowin Capital and Tianjixing Capital have jointly invested in a Series A round of funding for Anxi Bama Tea worth RMB150 million ($24 million).
Greater China | 15 May 2013 |
Fang Fenglei, a former Goldman Sachs banker and co-founder of China Hopu Investment Management, is looking to raise at least $2 billion for his new fund - three years after winding down the previous vehicle.
Greater China | 03 May 2013 |
China's state-owned enterprises (SOEs) should transfer their capital gains and ownership shares to the National Social Security Fund (NSSF), according to the fund's Communist Party representative.
Greater China | 17 Apr 2013 |
Capital Dynamics has partnered with China-focused fund-of-funds manager Diligence Capital in a bid to expand its geographic footprint in the world’s second-largest economy
Greater China | 09 Apr 2013 |
Singapore-based Treasury China Trust (TCT), run by Treasury Holdings Group, Ireland’s largest property group, has received approval from the Chinese regulator to establish an equity investment management business in Shanghai.
Greater China | 09 Mar 2012 |
J.P. Morgan Asset Management has reportedly won approval from the Beijing government to launch a $1 billion renminbi-denominated fund.
Renminbi fund | 28 Nov 2011 |
Private equity firm Beikai Capital, formerly a unit of Balloch Group, has established a RMB500 million ($78.7 million) fund in collaboration with a Nanjing-based venture capital firm.
Greater China | 15 Nov 2011 |
General partners stressed the need for differentiation in devising strategies to capitalize on private equity growth in Asia Pacific.
GPs | 09 Nov 2011 |
China’s slowing GDP growth should create “economic dislocations” that translate into acquisition opportunities for foreign investors, according to Stephen Schwarzman, chairman and CEO of The Blackstone Group.
Greater China | 28 Oct 2011 |
Blackstone Group has reached the halfway point in fundraising for its RMB5 billion ($781.3 million) debut renminbi-denominated fund, said Michael Sotirhos, senior managing director at the buyout firm.
Greater China | 28 Sep 2011 |
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