With $850 million in dry powder to deploy from its second US dollar-denominated fund, China’s Genesis Capital is targeting Series C and D rounds for start-ups on the cusp of greatness
Genesis Capital’s sweet spot is defined by timing, as well as by industry and size: the Chinese growth-stage investor wants to back technology-enabled companies after their products are proven but before...
Black Sesame Technologies, a China-based chipmaker specializing in autonomous driving applications, has raised several hundred million dollars through two funding rounds at a valuation of $2 billion.
Nreal, a Chinese manufacturer of advanced artificial reality (AR) glasses that resemble normal sunglasses, has raised a Series C of $100 million led by Nio Capital, Yunfeng Capital, and Hongtai Capital.
Pacific Century Group’s insurance technology business, Bolttech, has extended a recent $180 million Series A round to $210 million in total.
Australian private equity firm Liverpool Partners has acquired a majority stake in Seven Miles Coffee Roasters, a branded coffee supplier to the local cafe segment.