The Longreach Group has exited Primo Japan to Integral Corporation for an undisclosed sum. This makes Integral the jewelry retailer’s fourth consecutive private equity owner.
Having formed Australia-based Nexus Day Hospitals by merging two smaller operators, Mercury Capital led a wholesale expansion and professionalization of the business
ORI Capital’s 2.8x return on its investment in Kymab was in part based on helping the company make the transition from antibody-based discovery platform to drug development engine
Affinity Equity Partners turned TEG from a ticketing business into a broad-based live events promoter, while simultaneously taking it from Australia-centric to global
Hong Kong healthcare-focused VC firm ORI Capital has reached a first close of $112 million on its second fund and exited its largest investment, UK biotech developer Kymab, as part of a $1.1 billion deal.
Australia’s Adamantem Capital has agreed to sell its position local data analytics consultancy Servian to US counterpart Cognizant for an undisclosed sum.
Japan’s J-Star has confirmed trade sale exits of healthcare coverage specialist NHS Insurance and fire safety equipment supplier Yokoi Manufacturing.
Applied Materials, which agreed to acquire Japanese semiconductor industry supplier Kokusai Electric from KKR 18 months ago, has increased its offer for the company from $2.2 billion to $3.5 billion.
Private equity investors in Korean food delivery business Woowa Brothers look set for a liquidity event after regulators gave conditional approval for a $4 billion acquisition by Delivery Hero.
Platinum Equity has sold Compart Systems, a Singapore-headquartered metal components manufacturer, to Shanghai Wanye Enterprises for a valuation of approximately $398 million.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) has invested in Korean fried chicken restaurant franchisor BHC Group at an enterprise valuation of KRW1.8 trillion ($1.6 billion), facilitating a full exit for Elevation Equity Partners.
Partners Group has committed at least $250 million to Indian door-to-door delivery specialist Ecom Express, facilitating a partial exit for controlling shareholder Warburg Pincus.
The coronavirus pandemic has played havoc with Asian private equity, contributing to a resurgence in IPOs, increased bifurcation in fundraising, a rush for healthcare, and a generally staggered revival
Everstone Group helps outsourcing specialist Everise adapt to the work-at-home realities of the day before exiting the business to Brookfield Asset Management
CLSA Capital Partners’ sale of Japanese staffing services player Qit to Advantage Partners reveals enduring private equity interest in potentially shaky categories made sturdy by specialization
Everstone Group has agreed to sell Everise, a business process outsourcing (BPO) company it formed through the amalgamation of several existing assets, to Brookfield Asset Management.
CLSA Capital Partners has sold Japan-based industrial sector human resources outsourcing business Qit to Advantage Partners for an undisclosed sum.
Southeast Asia-focused private equity firm KV Asia Capital has exited TF Value Mart (TFVM), a Malaysia-based grocery retailer in which it has held a controlling stake since 2016, to Intermediate Capital Group (ICG).
Warburg Pincus and Advantage Partners triumphed in the firm of the year categories at the 2020 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards, with The Carlyle Group and Affinity Equity Partners also among the winners with two trophies apiece.
Aavishkaar Capital and Circulate Capital have invested a combined $18 million in Indian waste recovery and recycling business Nepra.
J-Star has sold Itty, a Japanese TV shopping business that specializes in healthy living products, to local broadcaster TV Asahi Corporation for an undisclosed sum.
Indian e-commerce marketplace Flipkart has bought Mech Mocha, a local mobile gaming start-up that has previously received VC funding from Blume Ventures, Accel Partners, and China’s Shunwei Capital.
New Zealand infrastructure investors Infratil and HRL Morrison have offered to acquire a 75% stake in Australia-based radiology business Qscan for an enterprise valuation of A$735 million ($524 million), facilitating an exit for Quadrant Private Equity.
L Catterton Asia has sold Australian bootmaker R.M. Williams to Tattarang, a private investment group established by Andrew Forrest, majority shareholder and former CEO of Fortescue Metals Group.