Manulife Investment Management is easing into its first Asian private markets drive with a focus on optionality. Private credit, infrastructure, and real estate are early areas of interest
Canadian insurance giant Manulife has been active in Hong Kong since the 1890s, but its asset management division didn’t establish an office in the city until 2000. And it was only last year that Manulife...
The thinking behind EQT’s decision to open a Sydney office sheds some light on the need among investors to bring more than firepower to a pricey and competitive market
Anchorage Capital Partners has agreed a A$100 million ($66 million) carve-out of the refrigerated logistics division of Automotive Holdings Group (AHG), an Australia and New Zealand-based car dealership business.
CBC Group, a China-focused healthcare investor, has raised a $300 million credit fund that will issue financing to companies backed by royalties, revenue interests, and other cash flows.
Insignia Ventures Partners and Credence Partners are backing a Philippines rollout by Tonik Financial, which claims to be the first digital-only bank in Southeast Asia.