Fosun Tourism Group (FTG), which operates holiday resorts under the Club Méditerranée (Club Med) brand, has raised HK$3.34 billion ($427 million) through its Hong Kong IPO.
The company sold 214.2 million shares – excluding the overallotment option – for HK$15.60 apiece, according to a filing. The indicative range for the offering was HK$15.60-20.00. Three cornerstone...
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.