KKR - working alongside Temasek Holdings - is using Vinhomes as a means to get exposure to Vietnam's booming property market. Mergermarket and AVCJ offer some additional industry context
Hillhouse Capital has invested RMB10.6 billion ($1.5 billion) in Chinese electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL). It is part of a RMB19.7 billion capital raise by the Shenzhen-listed company.
General Atlantic has invested $100 million in NASDAQ-listed Chinese cancer drug developer Hutchison China MediTech - also known as Chi-Med - a subsidiary of Hong Kong conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings.
Hillhouse Capital has taken a 3.9% interest in US-listed Chinese data center developer GDS Holdings for $400 million.
The Blackstone Group has invested $150 million in 21Vianet, a US-listed Chinese data center developer backed by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings.
The Carlyle Group has invested KRW240 billion ($198 million) in KB Financial Group and agreed to work with the Korean company on investment opportunities and structuring and financing its deals in the country.
A consortium led by KKR has invested VND15.1 trillion ($650 million) in Vinhomes, Vietnam’s leading integrated real estate developer, which went public in 2018.
CVC Capital Partners is looking to acquire majority control of Indian cancer care center operator HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) in a deal that could be worth up to IN10.4 billion ($$138.9 million).
India Grid Trust (IndiGrid), an infrastructure investment trust backed by KKR and GIC Private, has acquired a power distribution company in north India for INR3.1 billion ($134 million).
KKR has offered to acquire up to 9% of First Gen Corporation, a power plant operator in the Philippines, for PHP7.29 billion ($144 million).
CVC Capital Partners plans to acquire 36.4% of HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) in a deal that ultimately could see it assume majority ownership of the Indian cancer care center operator.
Warburg Pincus has invested INR2 billion( $26.7 million) in IDFC First Bank as part of an INR20 billion capital raise by the Indian lender.
Warburg Pincus has invested INR5.4 billion ($70.2 million) in Apollo Tyres to follow up on an earlier investment in the company. This continues a recent trend of PE players increasing their stakes in Indian public companies.
Warburg Pincus has agreed to acquire a 17.11% stake in Chinese car rental business China Auto Rental (CAR) from Ucar, a chauffeured car service provider. It follows a sharp drop in CAR’s share price following a scandal at Luckin Coffee, which is backed...
Moat Private Equity, a Korea GP set up last year, has taken an approximately 14% stake in KOSDAQ-listed electronics industry supplier Exax for KRW19.8 billion ($16 million).
The Blackstone Group has purchased shares worth INR51.7 billion ($67.9 million) to increase its stake in Indian IT services provider Mphasis by 4.01% to 56.21%.
Warburg Pincus will invest INR10.8 billion ($150.7 million) in Apollo Tyres, a multinational tire manufacturer headquartered in India.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has agreed to invest INR2.1 billion ($29.6 million) in India-listed fashion retailer Future Lifestyle Fashions (FLF).
Brookfield Asset Management chose IndoStar Capital Finance as its way into India’s private lending space, putting faith in the non-banking finance company’s ability to diversify its business streams
Brookfield Asset Management has offered to buy up to 40% of IndoStar Capital, an Indian non-banking financial company (NBFC) established by Everstone Group, for INR14.5 billion ($202 million).
FountainVest Partners has acquired a significant minority stake in Maoyan Entertainment, a Chinese online ticketing business that completed an IPO in Hong Kong last February.
Hony Capital has injected HK$780 million ($100 million) into Best Food Holdings, the Hong Kong-listed platform it established in 2016 to make investments in China’s food and beverage industry.
EQT spent 11 years helping Chinese pharmacy chain Laobaixing evolve from large-format laggard into a focused and efficient operator that meets the needs of modern customers. It has now exited with a 7.7x return
The Blackstone Group has agreed to invest INR17.5 billion ($244 million) in India-listed clothing retailer Future Lifestyle Fashions (FLF).