Metro Pacific Hospitals Holdings (MPHH), a unit of Philippines-based conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC), has filed for a domestic IPO. GIC is a minority shareholder in the business.
Superdata Software, a Chinese enterprise management software provider that has been backed by different IDG Capital entities for more than 20 years, has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
Chatwork, a Japan-based business chat platform developer, has filed for an IPO in Tokyo that will provide an exit to several of its venture capital backers.
WeWork, a US co-working space provider pursuing an aggressive Asia expansion with the backing of several PE investors, revealed a number of risks associated with rapid global growth in a filing for its US IPO.
CSB, an Indian private bank with several private equity backers, has filed for an IPO that is expected to raise at least INR300 million ($4.2 million). It is the first PE-backed IPO filing in more than nine months.
Indian PE and VC investors expect domestic and overseas public markets to become increasingly attractive exit avenues for their portfolio companies as the global macroeconomic volatility dissipates
TPG Capital and Fosun Pharma have agreed a $1.3 billion deal that will see Chinese hospital operator United Family Healthcare (UFH) absorbed by a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) established by Antony Leung, formerly Greater China chairman at...
The initial batch of companies chosen to list on China’s technology innovation board – known as the Star Market – posted an average gain of 140% on their first day of trading on July 22, although almost all were pared back in the opening hours of...
Chinese game live-streaming platform Douyu International Holdings closed flat on its first day of trading on NASDAQ following a $775 million IPO – the largest US offering by a Chinese company this year.
Chinese cloud-based robotics developer CloudMinds has filed for an IPO in the US with a view to raising up to $500 million.
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Feihe, a China-based dairy products manufacturer backed by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA), has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
Home Control International, a Singapore-based manufacturer of remote controls for television and smart devices owned by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA), has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
AMTD International, the investment banking, asset management, and strategic investment division of Hong Kong-based financial advisor AMTD Group, has filed for an IPO in the US. Both companies are backed by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA).
Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group, a Chinese drug developer that counts Hillhouse Capital and Boyu Capital among its investors, has raised HK$7.86 billion ($1 billion) through a Hong Kong IPO.
Pan-Asian logistics and fund management platform ESR has postponed its Hong Kong IPO, which was expected to raise up to HK$975.6 billion ($1.24 billion) and facilitate partial exits for several private equity investors.
Private equity-backed online real estate portal Fang.com has spun-out its property analytics and benchmarking system in what its CEO Yu Huang described as the first direct public offering (DPO) by a Chinese company in the US.
GSX Techedu, operator of Chinese online education platform Baijiahulian, raised $207.9 million in its US IPO, but a flat first day of trading was followed by a 4.6% decline on day two.
Mabpharm, a China-based biopharmaceutical company backed by CDH Investments, saw its stock drop almost 20% on debut following a HK$1.23 billion ($157 million) IPO in Hong Kong.
Frontage Holdings, a China-based contract research organization (CRO), has raised HK$1.61 billion ($205.1 million) in its Hong Kong IPO, having received support from several private equity investors.
Meten International Education Group, a Chinese online-to-offline (O2O) English language training provider that mainly caters to adult students, has filed for a US IPO. DG Capital is the primary PE investor in the company.
China’s second largest coffee chain Luckin Coffee, which counts Centurium Capital and Joy Capital among its private equity investors, surged around 20% on its US debut following a $561 million IPO.
Sansan, a PE-backed company that specializes in cloud-based business card digitization, has filed for a domestic IPO that is expected to generate around JPY35.2 billion ($321 million).