Actis has invested $64 million in Chinese data center operator Chayora and plans to commit up to $180 million to the company as part of a Series C funding round.
A KKR-led consortium has agreed to invest PHP35.3 billion ($680 million) in Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings (MPHH), prompting the Philippines-based hospital operator to abandon immediate plans for an IPO.
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ACE Equity Partners, a Korean private equity firm that operates on a project fund basis, has agreed to invest KRW152.7 billion ($129 million) in local semiconductor testing specialist Tesna.
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Japanese mid-market private equity firm Advantage Partners has agreed to sell a minority stake in its fund management entity to domestic financial services company Tokyo Century Corporation.
Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) has bolstered its Asia fund formation capabilities with the appointment of Nicholas Sheets as a partner based in its Hong Kong office.
AI Medical Service, a Japanese healthcare technology start-up working on what it claims is the world’s first artificial intelligence-enabled endoscopic diagnosis system, has raised JPY4.6 billion ($43 million) in Series B funding.
Creador has led a INR3 billion ($42 million) Series C round for Kogta Financial, a non-banking finance company (NBFC) looking to deepen its penetration in India’s central and western states.
With $3.2 billion in dry powder, Hahn & Company is looking for larger deals in a Korean market that already punches above its weight in private equity terms
Having won support from HarbourVest Partners to spin out a portfolio from his former employer, Norwest Venture Partners, Mohan Kumar is taking aim at India's underdeveloped enterprise software space
Compliance with US regulations on foreign investment in critical technologies is forcing Chinese VC players to examine their fund structure and governance as well as their deployment strategies
Golden Equator Capital, which is currently deploying a Southeast Asia technology fund alongside Korea Investment Partners, has appointed Pooja Gurbani (pictured) as a partner in its venture investments team.
CLSA Capital Partners has exited Worldtool, a Japanese automotive tools retailer that primarily operates under the Astro Products brand, to domestic home improvement chain Royal Homecenter.
Navis Capital Partners has acquired Malaysian durian products exporter Hernan Corporation with a view to leveraging strong demand for the fruit in China and in Chinese communities globally.
Cortina Capital, a private equity firm that invests in Australian health and wellness brands with export potential in China and other Asian markets, is looking to raise $100 million for its debut fund, AVCJ understands.
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Human resources software provider Darwinbox is among the Indian business services players leading the charge into Southeast Asia
PropertyGuru, a Southeast Asia-focused online real estate portal that counts TPG Capital and KKR among its investors, is looking to raise up to A$380.2 million ($256 million) through an IPO in Australia.
Everstone Group has appointed Vibhor Kumar Talreja, who previously spent 12 years with Temasek Holdings in India, as a managing director in its private equity business.
Anacacia Capital has invested in Root Partnerships, which claims to be one of Australia’s largest independent infrastructure advisory and project management firms.
Affinity Equity Partners has agreed its second Australia exit in three weeks, with Silver Lake set to assume control of ticketing business TEG. It follows a deal to sell a 35% stake in Virgin Australia’s frequent flyer business back to the parent company.
The gross merchandise value (GMV) of Southeast Asia’s internet economy will surpass $100 billion this year and hit $300 billion by 2025, according to a report by Google, Temasek Holdings, and Bain & Company.
There will be no AVCJ bulletin on October 7 due to a public holiday in Hong Kong marking the Chung Yeung Festival.