Chris Lerner, a partner and head of Asia at placement agent Eaton Partners, discusses why LPs are allocating more capital to private equity in the region and who are the biggest beneficiaries
Q: What changes are you seeing in terms of LP interest in Asia? A: I think we are seeing a resurgence in LP interest in Asia. This is driven first and foremost by the positive outlook and expanding opportunity...
Cathay Capital Private Equity has reached a first close of EUR600 million ($702 million) for its latest middle-market Sino-European fund. The target is EUR1.2 billion.
Opera Software, a Norwegian web browser developer acquired by a PE-backed Chinese consortium in 2016, is looking to raise up to $115.2 million in a US IPO.
51 Credit Card, a Chinese online credit card management platform backed by the likes of Tiantu Capital, GGV Capital, and Shunwei Capital, raised HK$1 billion ($128.5 million) in its Hong Kong IPO.
Singapore’s Golden Equator Capital and Korea Investment Partners (KIP) have jointly launched a S$120 million ($88 million) Southeast Asia technology fund focused on start-ups and small to medium-sized enterprises (SME).