CLSA Capital Partners (CLSA CP) has sold its remaining shares in Japanese cram school operator BC Ings to Eishinkan, a major player in the segment.
Everstone Group has exited its minority position in India-based design house Rita Kumur after domestic behemoth Reliance Industries moved to buy a 55% stake in the company.
K Car, a Korean automotive marketplace created by Hahn & Company through the merger of SK Encar and Joy Rent a Car, has raised KRW336.6 billion ($285 million) in a domestic IPO.
China-based oncology drug developer Abbisko Therapeutics gained nearly 10% on its Hong Kong trading debut following a HK$1.75 billion ($225 million) IPO.
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Stonebridge Ventures, a Korean venture capital firm with more than KRW700 billion ($595 million) in assets under management, has filed to list on KOSDAQ.
Eneos Holdings, an oil company and active technology investor, has agreed to acquire Japan Renewable Energy (JRE) from Goldman Sachs Asset Management and GIC.
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MicroTech Medical, a China-based manufacturer of insulin pumps for diabetes sufferers that counts Lilly Asia Ventures (LAV) and Qiming Venture Partners among its investors, is looking to raise up to HK$1.98 billion ($254 million) in a Hong Kong IPO.
LianBio, a two-year-old Chinese biotech start-up incubated by life sciences investor Perceptive Advisors, has filed for a US IPO.
Australian turnaround investor Allegro Funds has sold The Interiors Group – a New Zealand-based home interiors retailer formerly known as Carpet Court – to Pencarrow Private Equity.
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Oyo, an India-focused budget hotel platform backed by the likes of SoftBank Vision Fund, is looking to raise up to INR84.3 billion ($1.1 billion) through a domestic IPO.
Evergrande New Energy Vehicle (NEV) Group, the Hong Kong-listed electric vehicle unit of troubled Chinese real estate developer Evergrande has canceled a planned secondary listing on Shanghai's Star Market and warned investors of a cash shortage.
Broncus Holding Corporation, a China-based manufacturer of medical devices used to treat lung diseases, plunged 12.8% on its Hong Kong trading debut following a HK$1.67 billion ($215 million) IPO.
The Riverside Company has sold Japan-based bicycle retailer Y International to domestic private equity firm Daiwa PI Partners for an undisclosed sum.
Platinum Equity has agreed to sell PCI, a Singapore-headquartered electronics manufacturing services provider it acquired in 2019, to US-listed Celestica for $306 million in cash.
True North has agreed to sell India-based RDC Concrete, a company it has owned since 2005, to private equity-backed online construction marketplace Infra.market.
Freshworks, one of India's leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) businesses, traded strongly on its NASDAQ debut following a $1 billion IPO.
Singapore’s EDB Investments (EDBI) will establish a pre-IPO fund – with an initial commitment of S$500 million ($370 million) – that is intended to encourage high-growth companies to list in the city-state.
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEx) has proposed rules for IPOs by special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), admitting they are more stringent than the US system, but noting the need for more safeguards in a relatively retail investor-heavy market.
A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) backed by Homer Sun, former CIO of Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA), has agreed a $2.35 billion merger with Taiwan-based electric scooter manufacturer Gogoro.
Hong Kong-based genetic testing business Prenetics has agreed to merge with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by Adrian Cheng, scion of local property developer New World Development and managing partner of C Ventures, at an enterprise...
Freshworks, which earlier this year lost its status as India’s most valuable software-as-a-service (SaaS) start-up, is looking to raise up to $912 million through a US IPO.