COVID-19 has forced start-ups founders in Southeast Asia – many of whom have never experienced a crisis before – to make tough decisions. For investors, it represents a key test of management credentials
Various Southeast Asian start-ups have taken extreme action as the COVID-19 pandemic ate into revenues and threatened business sustainability. Bobobox, an Indonesian capsule hotel operator, is one of the...
A darker mood for Chinese investors in India is stirring expectations for a wave of direct secondary opportunities
Rocket Lab, a US-based space technology company that operates primarily in New Zealand, as agreed to merge with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) at an enterprise valuation of $4.1 billion.
The global SPAC craze is percolating into Asia, with private equity firms among the sponsors. LPs aren’t necessarily comfortable with the development, but there’s only so much they can do about it
See Fund, an investment firm established by the founder of Chinese artificial intelligence chip start-up DeePhi Technology, has raised RMB200 million ($31 million) for its debut fund.