Sino IC Capital, a technology-focused PE fund manager backed by the Chinese government, has become the latest investor to fall foul of US regulators following the termination of its acquisition of semiconductor and electronics manufacturer Xcerra.
Unic Capital Management, an affiliate of Sino IC, agreed to buy Xcerra in April 2017 for around $580 million, using Hubei Xinyan Equity Investment Partnership. The deal won shareholder approval but failed...
Rhetoric shaping the debate over China's ambitions to become the prime mover in global technology - and what the US could do in response - reflects the geopolitical significance of the issue. Private equity investors are not immune to its impact
Novo Tellus Capital Partners has invested S$12 million ($8.8 million) in Procurri, a Singapore-listed provider of IT services and data center equipment.
Australia’s Anacacia Capital has realized the final exit from its debut fund with the sale of its majority stake in workplace equipment provider RIS Safety to domestic investor Bricktop Group.
Bain Capital has acquired a majority interest in the data center construction and maintenance division of Shenzhen-listed NetScience Technology for RMB990 million ($147 million).