Indian drug maker Mankind Pharma has filed for a domestic IPO, setting up an exit for Capital International, a private equity arm of Capital Group.
Chinese online pharmacy platform Dingdang Health has raised HKD 402.4m (USD 51m) through a Hong Kong IPO, defying challenging conditions for financial sponsors targeting the bourse.
Fourth Paradigm, a China-based software provider that helps enterprise customers develop in-house artificial intelligence (AI) decision-making applications, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Shenzhen-based venture capital investors will receive one-off cash rewards for taking companies public in Hong Kong and sponsoring special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) that list on the territory’s stock exchange.
Keep, a China-focused fitness app operator backed by the likes of GGV Capital, SoftBank Vision Fund 2, and 5Y Capital, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
China-focused Welkin Capital is looking to raise up to USD 300m through an IPO for a London-listed investment entity seeded with assets from its debut private equity fund, which closed in 2017.
LeapMotor has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong, putting it on course to become the fourth of China's "new force" electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers to go public.
Socar, a Korea-based car-sharing business backed by the likes of Bain Capital, IMM Private Equity, and SoftBank Ventures Asia, traded down on debut following a KRW 101.9bn (USD 76m) IPO.
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Singapore-based healthcare specialist Quadria Capital is set for a full exit from pharmaceuticals industry supplier Concord Biotech via an India IPO.
Private equity exits will remain challenging this year as buyers and sellers drift further apart on pricing, investors told the AVCJ Southeast Asia Forum, although their long-term outlook for liquidity in the region remains reasonably bullish.
India and Southeast Asia come to the fore as China demonstrates weakness in both growth-stage investment and fundraising; exits continue to struggle amid reluctance from strategic buyers
PE investment in China biotech has collapsed amid failed IPO processes and disputed valuations. Pockets of activity remain, though questions around commercialisation have yet to be answered
Gogox, a last-mile logistics company formed through the merger of Hong Kong's GoGoVan and an affiliate of mainland China-based 58.com, fell 22% on its Hong Kong trading debut following a HKD 771.4 (USD 98.3m) IPO.
Asia-focused private equity firm PAG has put its Hong Kong IPO on hold, three sources familiar with the situation told Mergermarket, AVCJ’s sister title.
A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by David Wei, founder of Vision Knight Capital, has become the second structure of its kind to list in Hong Kong.
Singapore’s Jungle Ventures has closed its fourth early-stage tech fund on USD 600m, shattering an initial target of USD 350m. Amit Anand, a founding partner at the firm, unpacks the achievement
Under pressure to generate returns amid a challenging fundraising environment, Chinese GPs are beginning to revise pricing expectations to get traction with continuation funds
Indian e-commerce logistics provider Delhivery raised INR 52.4bn (USD 674m) in a domestic IPO but was unable to sustain first-day price gains with the stock sliding towards the offering price by May 26.
Hong Kong-based genomic and diagnostic testing business Prenetics slumped on its NASDAQ debut, unable to withstand struggling public markets public markets and weak investor appetite for businesses that merge with US-listed special purpose acquisition...
Grindr, a LGBTQ+ dating app acquired by an investor group after its Chinese owner violated foreign investment regulations, has agreed to merge with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by Singapore-based Tiga Investments.
Gogox, a last-mile logistics company formed through the merger of Hong Kong's GoGoVan and an affiliate of mainland China-based 58.com, has filed to list in Hong Kong
Openspace Ventures has raised USD 200m for a fund that will primarily do follow-on rounds for existing portfolio companies. There is plenty of activity, but uncertainty lurks in the background
Baring Asia and PAG underline the value of their management entities; exits slump amid uncertainty; BGH Capital, renminbi GPs shore up fundraising; investment fails to extend the late 2021 flourish