Irregular fund structures, including single-asset platforms, are often the most appropriate inroad for investors in developing Asia. But it has taken a pandemic to bring them to the fore
Asian private equity appears to be on the cusp of a practical shift in terms of its widely adopted protocols for structuring investments. Unfortunately, the improvement may be more motivated by desperation...
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Gojek and Tokopedia, two of Indonesia’s best-funded technology start-ups, have completed a merger, forming what they claim is the largest mobile on-demand services and payments platform in Southeast Asia.
DCL Investments, one of China’s first private equity firms to focus on distressed assets, is looking to raise RMB3 billion ($466 million) for its latest renminbi-denominated fund.
Japanese microsatellite developer Axelspace has raised JPY2.6 billion ($24 million) in Series C funding from a group of domestic VCs, including Sparx Group.