Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has moved fast to forge a name for itself as a champion of often ignored developing markets. As private sector activity ramps up, long-term plans are coming into focus
When assessing the infrastructure funding gap in emerging markets, it’s not uncommon for multilateral development banks (MDB) to settle on a figure of around $1 trillion a year. That sounds like a lot...
MGI Tech, a Chinese manufacturer of gene sequencing devices, has raised more than $1 billion in funding led by IDG Capital and CPE (formerly known as Citic Private Equity).
IMM Private Equity has agreed to acquire Korea Kolmar Holdings’ pharmaceutical contract manufacturing organization (CMO) and its drug development business for KRW512.5 billion ($413 million).
Exacta Capital Partners, a Singapore-based private equity firm affiliated with Mizuho Bank, has led an acquisition of gym operator Anytime Fitness Asia for an undisclosed sum.
Marelli, a leading global automotive components supplier formed when KKR combined Japan’s Calsonic Kansei Corporation with Europe-based Magneti Marelli, has secured JPY130 billion ($1.2 billion) in additional funding to ride out a market downturn.