WiMi Hologram Cloud, a PE-backed Chinese augmented reality (AR) technology developer, traded flat on its opening day on NASDAQ following a $26.1 million IPO.
The Carlyle Group achieved an 8x return through a partial exit via SBI Cards’ IPO. The private equity firm still holds a 16% stake and is a resolute believer in the growth potential of India’s credit card market
Australian VC investor MH Carnegie has exited asset management software specialist Assetic to Dude Solutions, a similar private equity-owned company in the US.
Anecdotal feedback from secondaries professionals reveals a quick onset of stagnation in the market due to COVID-19. Creative workarounds are not impossible, but almost
Gaja Capital put its India buyout philosophy to the test with EuroKids International in 2013. Operational improvements – and a lucrative exit – have vindicated the approach
Tigerlily, an Australian swimwear brand acquired by Crescent Capital Partners in 2017, has entered administration following a collapse in sales attributed to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The coronavirus outbreak appears to be fast-tracking a long-expected economic downturn. The situation is very different from the aftermath of the global financial crisis, but PE investors may still draw instruction from the events of 2008-2009
InnoCare Pharma, a private equity-backed Chinese drug developer focused on treatments for cancer and autoimmune diseases, has raised HK$2.24 billion ($288 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
The Carlyle Group has generated proceeds of approximately INR70.3 billion ($951 million) through a partial exit from SBI Cards & Payments, the State Bank of India's (SBI) credit card issuing arm, through a recent IPO.
UK-based enterprise IT services provider Ascential has acquired Yimian Data, a Chinese e-commerce analytics business backed by local VC firms ZhenFund and Legend Star.
Asian private equity investors face considerable challenges in 2020 with the coronavirus outbreak likely to exacerbate existing concerns around an impending global downturn, a drop-off in exits and dwindling deal-making activity in China, according to...
China's securities regulator has revised rules on public market sell-downs, making it easier for PE and VC investors to exit their positions in portfolio companies post-IPO.
Greensill, a UK-based enterprise financier with a global operations base, has acquired Australian VC-backed financial technology company Earnd.
TPG Capital has generated proceeds of approximately A$66.9 million ($44.3 million) through a partial exit from Australian poultry producer Inghams Group, paring its stake to below 10%.
Nearly three months have passed since Reliance Industries launched Jio Platforms as a holding company for its digital businesses. Is it poised to reshape India’s technology landscape?
KKR has agreed to sell its majority stake in AlphaTheta Corporation, a Japanese DJ equipment manufacturer previously known as Pioneer DJ, to domestic photo processing equipment producer Noritsu Koki for JPY35 billion ($324 million). The deal is worth...
The Carlyle Group has agreed to sell full ownership of the maker of Meisui Bijin, a Japanese brand of bean sprouts, to food-focused Shinmei Holdings for an undisclosed sum.
A handful of bad experiences have made Australia’s public market investors wary of private equity-backed IPOs. This doesn’t mean offerings can’t get done, but the industry must address its profile problem
Recognizing strong demand trends for electric vehicle batteries, KKR turned around KCF Technologies within two years before exiting the Korean business with a 6.5x return
Having prioritized Asian expansion and high-end direct retail operations, Carlyle completed its exit from European sneaker brand Golden Goose with a more than 3x return
Indian restaurant chain Barbeque Nation has re-filed for an initial public offering that will provide an exit opportunity for its private equity investors.
SBI Cards and Payments, the State Bank of India's (SBI) credit card arm and a Carlyle Group portfolio company, is looking to raise INR60 billion ($840 million) through a domestic IPO.
Golden Goose, an Italian luxury footwear brand acquired three years ago by The Carlyle Group’s Europe and Asia funds, has been sold to Permira for around EUR1.3 billion ($1.4 billion).
Japanese mid-market buyout firm NSSK has executed a partial exit of Vati, a small but strong performer in the country’s competitive nursing care space