Zhejiang Haers Vacuum Containers, a Chinese stainless vacuum container manufacturer, has agreed to pay The Riverside Company CHF16.1 million ($16.6 million) in cash for Swiss bottle maker SIGG.
Chinese state-owned conglomerate Beijing Enterprises Holding (BEHL) has agreed to buy EEW Energy from Waste, a German waste management company, from EQT Partners for EUR1.44 billion ($1.6 billion).
Apax Partners and other shareholders in Tommy Hilfiger Asia (TH Asia) have agreed to sell their remaining stake in the company to Philips-Van Heusen Corp (PVH), owner of the Tommy Hilfiger parent corporation, for about $172 million.
FountainVest Partners has agreed to sell Key Safety Systems (KSS), a US-based auto components manufacturer that it acquired in 2014, to Shanghai-listed Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corporation for $920 million.
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OCBC's mezzanine capital unit and RRJ Capital both secure nearly 3x returns as China-based Tsingda eEdu Corp positions itself for a domestic listing
Mezzanine Capital Unit (MCU), a PE investment unit under Singapore’s OCBC Bank, has sold its stake in China education service provider Tsingda eEdu, generating nearly 3x return on a $20 million investment made in August 2014.
CVC Capital Partners and the Riady family's Lippo Group have suspended plans to sell their majority stake in Link Net, an Indonesian fixed-line broadband and cable TV operator.
Bain Capital spent 10 years restructuring Europe-based FCI - more than returning its capital from divestments in the process - into an Asia-focused electronics business
The Abraaj Group buys India's CARE Hospitals from Advent International with a view to taking the business into new markets
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Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group has bought leading Hollywood film production studio Legendary Entertainment for $3.5 billion in cash.
The Abraaj Group has agreed to buy CARE Hospitals, India's fifth-largest healthcare provider from Advent International.
Affinity Equity Partners is set for a more than 6x return on its investment in Loen Entertainment, the Korean equivalent of iTunes, following Kakao Corporation's agreement to buy a majority stake in the business.
AGIC Capital, a private equity firm that focuses on China-Europe cross-border investments, has teamed up with two Chinese companies to acquire KraussMaffei Group from Onex Corporation at an enterprise valuation of EUR925 million ($1.01 billion).
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Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has approved the acquisition of cable television provider China Network Systems (CNS) by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) and Far EasTone Telecommunications.
Bain Capital has agreed to sell its entire 50% stake in Japan's Jupiter Shop Channel to Jupiter Communication (J:COM), a company part-owned by Sumitomo Corporation. Bain bought its interest from Sumitomo at a valuation of JPY100 billion (then $1.3 billion)...
IFM Investors has agreed to sell Australia-headquartered renewable energy platform Pacific Hydro to China’s State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC).
TPG Capital has returned $1.55 billion to investors from its Asia portfolio in 2015, including $775 million from the sale of HCP Packaging to Baring Private Equity Asia.
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Shenzhen Cowin Capital is poised to exit jewelry retailer Myray to Gansu Gangtai Holdings following the Shanghai-listed company's agreement to buy a further 36.96% of Myray for RMB170 million ($26 million).