Aesthetic Medical International Holdings, a Chinese cosmetic surgery chain that failed to get traction with a Hong Kong IPO four years ago, has filed to list in the US. Its private equity backers include IDG Capital and ADV Partners.
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Alibaba Cloud, a subsidiary of Alibaba Group, has agreed to acquire Chaitin Technology, a Chinese cybersecurity start-up backed by Matrix Partners and Qiming Venture Partners.
Thailand-based Lakeshore Capital has exited Bangkok area steakhouse chain Santa Fe to Singha Corporation for $50 million, generating a 2.75x return.
Fangdd Network, a Chinese online real estate marketplace backed by the likes of FountainVest Partners and CDH Investments, has filed to list in the US.
Q&K International Group, operator of China-based long-term apartment rentals platform Qingke, has filed for a US IPO. Its backers include Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) and Crescent Point.
CLSA Capital Partners has exited Worldtool, a Japanese automotive tools retailer that primarily operates under the Astro Products brand, to domestic home improvement chain Royal Homecenter.
PropertyGuru, a Southeast Asia-focused online real estate portal that counts TPG Capital and KKR among its investors, is looking to raise up to A$380.2 million ($256 million) through an IPO in Australia.
Affinity Equity Partners has agreed its second Australia exit in three weeks, with Silver Lake set to assume control of ticketing business TEG. It follows a deal to sell a 35% stake in Virgin Australia’s frequent flyer business back to the parent company.
Ecmoho, a China-based online distributor of health and wellness products from leading brands such as Abbott and Wyeth Nutrition, has filed for US IPO.
Belle International – the Chinese footwear retailer privatized by Hillhouse Capital and CDH Investments just over two years ago – is spinning out its sports retail unit through an IPO.
KKR, Värde Partners and Deutsche Bank plan to make partial exits through an IPO of Australian consumer lending business Latitude Financial, which is expected to raise as much as A$1.4 billion ($946 million).
Base, a Japanese e-commerce services platform that helps small-scale vendors establish online shops, has filed for an IPO in Tokyo. It will facilitate partial exits for multiple venture capital investors.
Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional has agreed to sell the Prince Court Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur to local operator IHH Healthcare for about MYR1 billion ($244 million).
Affinity Equity Partners has more than doubled its money on Virgin Australia’s frequent flyer business, having agreed to sell back a 35% stake to the parent company for A$700 million ($480 million).
The private equity owners of The Executive Centre (TEC), an office provider that relies on Hong Kong for 30% of its EBITDA, have suspended a sale process in response to ongoing protests in the territory.
Advent International has agreed to acquire a 67.9% stake in Indian snacks manufacturer DFM Foods from investors including WestBridge Capital for INR8.52 billion ($118.7 million). It has made an open offer to buy a further 26% of the company for INR3.26...
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.
KKR has acquired a majority stake in Indian education services provider EuroKids International, facilitating a full exit for local GP Gaja Capital with a 6x return.
Indian automotive conglomerate Mahindra & Mahindra has agreed to acquire an up to 55% stake in Meru Cab, a technology-enabled taxi company backed by True North.
VIG Partners has agreed to sell Korean parking management business HiParking to Humax, a consumer electronics manufacturer, for KRW170 billion ($141 million).
Northern Light Venture Capital (NLVC), SBCVC and Hotung Venture Group will exit Chinese online recruitment platform Dajie.com after Meitu agreed to buy a majority stake in the business. The valuation of $88.4 million represents a small premium to the...
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.