AsiaInfo Technologies, a Chinese telecom software provider that was privatized by a CITIC Capital-led consortium in 2014, has raised HK$899.3 million ($115 million) in its Hong Kong IPO.
Chris Hadley, executive chairman of Quadrant Private Equity, reflects on the key themes underpinning the firm’s activities in Australia and – increasingly – overseas as well
Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) and healthcare-focused GP Invascent Capital have invested in Indian pharmaceutical developer Symbiotec Pharmalab, providing an exit for Actis Capital.
A selection of the key fundraising, investment and exit events - presented in chronological order - from the past 12 months
Shanghai Henlius Biotech, a Chinese drug developer controlled by Fosun Group, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO. Third-party investors include Loyal Valley Capital and China International Capital Corporation (CICC).
Shanghai Junshi Biosciences, a Chinese drug developer backed by Hillhouse Capital, is seeking to raise up to HK$3.2 billion ($414 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
Chinese music streaming platform Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME) gained 7.7% on its US trading debut, following a $1.1 billion IPO that facilitated partial exits for several investors.
CVC Capital Partners has made a partial exit from Arteria Networks as the Japanese enterprise-focused broadband provider raised JPY21.9 billion ($193 million) in its Tokyo IPO.
Pan-regional funds attract the bulk of capital while the renminbi space withers; mixed fortunes for internet IPOs and trade sales; big buyouts fail to deliver but growth-stage tech stays strong
Fosun Tourism Group (FTG), which operates holiday resorts under the Club Méditerranée (Club Med) brand, has raised HK$3.34 billion ($427 million) through its Hong Kong IPO.
Indian cold chain logistics provider Coldex has filed for an IPO that will provide a partial exit to Asia Climate Partners (ACP), an investment vehicle backed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Orix Corp, and Robeco Institutional Asset Management.
BabyTree, a Chinese parent-focused social networking platform that engaged in a corporate restructuring intended to facilitate an onshore listing but then 12 months later decided to go public in Hong Kong, has raised HK$1.7 billion ($217.3 million) in...
Navis Capital Partners has exited Malaysian cosmetics company Alliance Cosmetic Group, maker of the SilkyGirl brand, to Japanese strategic player Mandom for an undisclosed amount.
Tuanche, a VC-backed Chinese online auto services platform that specializes in group buying, raised $20.3 million in its US IPO after pricing its shares towards the low end of the indicative range.
China has rolled out another proposal for a start-up friendly listing regime in Shanghai, this time with presidential imprimatur. PE investors are skeptical as to how quickly it could challenge Hong Kong
The Blackstone Group has agreed to sell Ixom, a chemicals business it carved out from Australia’s Orica three years ago, to Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) for approximately A$1.1 billion ($792 million).
Chinese online shopping and social networking business Mogujie has filed to list in the US. The company's investors include Tencent Holdings, Trustbridge Partners, and Hillhouse Capital.
While Korea’s private equity market remains relatively stable, a much-anticipated opening up of IPO exits has yet to come to fruition
CStone Pharmaceuticals, a cancer-focused Chinese biopharmaceutical developer with a number of PE and VC backers, has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) has invested in a Vietnam hydropower project in which Nexif Energy, a Southeast Asia-focused energy investment platform backed by Denham Capital, owns a majority stake.
Growth stage technology deals have retained a strong following in 2018, but elsewhere in Chinese private equity the mood is more somber
Investors see potential in India as valuation concerns ease, but exits and the macro picture present challenges in the short term
The Rohatyn Group (TRG) has agreed to exit BHC Group, a South Korean fried chicken restaurant franchisor, by selling the business back to its founder.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) will introduce a new board for technology start-ups, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at the country's first International Import Expo.