The Indonesia Stock Exchange has seen the first IPOs of domestic tech start-ups in Kioson and M Cash. The appeal of these listings may lie chiefly on the non-financial side
Traditional buyouts slip into the shade, allowing education and technology to shine; China IPOs and secondary buyouts stay strong in a weak exit market; fundraising suffers an early-year blip
Huya, a Chinese game broadcasting business that spun out from social networking platform YY and raised capital from Tencent Holdings and several VC investors, has filed for an IPO in the US.
Crystal Crop Protection, an India-based agricultural chemicals producer, has filed for an IPO that will provide an exit for its private equity backer Everstone Capital.
Wise Talent Information Technology, a PE-backed company that operates Chinese online recruitment services platform Leipin, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Southern Capital Group is making another attempt to list Qualitas Medical, its Malaysia-based healthcare services provider, on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Partners Group is also an investor in the business.
Bilibili, a VC-backed Chinese animation streaming platform, ended its first day of trading on NASDAQ slightly below its IPO price following a $483 million offering.
Indian broadband service provider Atria Convergence Technologies has filed for an IPO that will provide partial exits for its PE backers TA Associates and True North.
China had 164 unicorns worth a collective $628.4 billion at the end of last year, a government report stated, as the prospect of A-share listings by domestic internet companies was once again raised.
Private equity-backed Sunlands Online Education ended its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange marginally below its IPO price following a $149.5 million offering.
Chinese online credit card management platform 51 Credit Card, which is backed by a handful of VC and strategic investors, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Hong Kong is proposing to loosen its listing requirements - with a view to attracting Chinese technology IPOs - in a measured way. However, changes of such significance are rarely implemented smoothly
Shares held by venture capital investors will be subject to a shorter lock-up period after their portfolio companies list on Chinese stock exchanges in a move designed to encourage long-term investment.
Bilibili, a China-based video-streaming platform backed by a handful of PE and strategic investors, has filed for an US IPO.
Indian women’s apparel retailer TCNS Clothing has filed for an IPO that will provide a partial exit for private equity investor TA Associates.
Sunlands Online Education Group, a post-secondary and professional education services business backed by Primavera Capital, has filed for a US IPO.
Taiwan Liposome, a venture capital-backed manufacturer of pain medication and treatments for eye conditions, has filed for a NASDAQ IPO.
Indostar Capital Finance (ICF), an Indian non-banking finance company (NBFC) backed by Everstone Capital and other PE investors, has filed for an IPO.
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Huami, a Chinese wearables manufacturer that has a strategic relationship with smart phone maker Xiaomi and several venture capital backers, has raised $110 million in its US IPO.
Lakeshore Capital has invested an undisclosed amount in Thailand-based personal care brand Panpuri.
India-based food processing company Capricorn Food Products has filed for an IPO that will provide a partial exit for private equity backer Quadria Capital.
The traditional IPO exit timeline for early-stage investors is being pushed out as technology companies raise additional private funding rounds. A more thoughtful approach to securing liquidity is often required
Indian mobile game platform Nazara Technologies has filed for an IPO that will provide an exit to its private equity backer WestBridge Capital Partners.