ChrysCapital Partners has increased its fund size and its commitment to operations in response to a maturation of the Indian market characterized by bigger deals and more opportunities to drive change
Standard Chartered's private equity team - now known as Affirma Capital - has finally secured its independence through a spin-out backed Intermediate Capital Group
Indian private equity firm ChrysCapital has closed its eighth fund at $867 million. The vehicle was oversubscribed and the fundraising process took four months.
China Everbright has reached a final close of $539 million on its cross-border investment fund, with the commitments coming from corporate investors, family offices, and fund-of-funds.
Malaysian government-backed private equity firm Ekuinas has set up its fourth fund with MYR1 billion ($242 million) and an option to increase the corpus to MYR1.5 billion.
FountainVest Partners, which has raised three US dollar-denominated China-focused funds, has closed its first renminbi vehicle at RMB1.7 billion ($246.5 million).
Creador has raised $50 million for its fourth Southeast Asia and India-focused private equity fund from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Everstone Group has established a partnership with Singapore-based warehouse operator GLP to invest $500 million in India’s logistics ecosystem.
UK-based development finance institution (DFI) CDC Group has made commitments to several private equity and venture capital funds based in Asia as part of its global investment strategy.
Zhangtong Jiayuan, a China-based online education platform, has raised $100 million in Series D round led by Centurium Capital, a private equity firm established by ex-Warburg Pincus China head David Li.
Hillhouse Capital and VMG Partners, a US-based PE firm focused on the consumer sector, have formed a strategic partnership to invest up to $100 million in innovative consumer brands worldwide.
China Investment Corporation (CIC) has reached an agreement with several Japanese financial institutions to establish a fund that will support Japanese companies looking to expand into China.
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) will invest $500 million into the Russia-China Investment Fund (RCIF), a vehicle established in 2012 by China Investment Corporation (CIC) and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF).
Centurium Capital, a private equity firm established by ex-Warburg Pincus China head David Li, has increased the hard cap on its debut fund from $1.5 billion to $1.98 billion.
Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) has closed its third growth equity fund at INR23 billion ($325 million), beating its target of INR20 billion.
Zebra Global Capital, a Chinese GP established by Qunar co-founder Chenchao Zhuang (pictured), has reached a final close on its second fund. The firm said its total assets under management are now around $2 billion, without disclosing the size of the...
TVS Capital Funds, a PE investment firm sponsored by the TVS Group and Shriram Group, has reached a first close of INR8.3 billion ($113 million) on its third India growth fund.
Michael Carmen, a senior managing director and PE lead portfolio manager at Wellington Management, discusses the growing opportunity in the late-stage pre-IPO market and the challenges for investors
Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia raises $440 million for its first vehicle aimed at the so-far underpenetrated Thailand market
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to invest $25 million in Exacta Asia Investment II (Exacta II), a Southeast Asia-focused vehicle launched last year by Japan’s Mizuho Bank.
China Everbright has completed the first close of RMB800 million ($115.4 million) on its third healthcare fund. The overall target for the vehicle is around RMB1.5 billion.
Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) has reached a final close on its debut Thailand-focused fund with more than $440 million in commitments. The vehicle, launched in partnership with Bangkok Bank, had an initial target of $300 million.
China’s Maison Capital raises its first US dollar-denominated fund with a view to expanding its mandate while staying focused on a thriving domestic consumer market
Caldera Pacific, a Southeast Asia-focused private equity firm that has spent the past four years working on a deal-by-deal basis, is looking to raise $200 million for its debut fund.