Lexington Partners is leading the $1.2 billion secondary deal that will see Warburg Pincus sell a portion of every Asian investment in its 11th global fund in order to return capital to LPs. Goldman Sachs’ asset management arm is also participating as co-lead investor.
Capital has also been allocated for follow-on funding for certain companies. The deal – first reported by The Wall Street Journal and subsequently confirmed to AVCJ by sources familiar with the situation...
Capital Square Partners’ acquisition of Indian business processing outsourcing (BPO) player Aegis ultimately helped two different companies find global relevance after a turbulent and disruptive decade
Juspay, a developer of mobile payment solutions for online businesses, has raised $21.6 million in a Series B round led by Vostok Emerging Finance, a Swedish investment firm.
Kyash, a Tokyo-based mobile banking start-up, has received $45 million in Series C funding led by Greenspring Associates and Goodwater Capital.
Australian VC firm Square Peg Capital has joined a $27 million Series B round for Singapore-based healthcare technology provider Doctor Anywhere.