Lever VC, a Hong Kong-based food tech investor, has achieved a fourth close of $46 million on its debut fund, claiming 2.3x growth in the value of the portfolio since 2019.
Lakeshore Capital, a mid-market private equity firm focused on Thailand and the Greater Mekong region, has closed its second fund oversubscribed at the hard cap of $150 million.
Embarking on its first Zoom-based fundraise, China's Long Hill Capital succeeding in closing just above target on $300 million while significantly diversifying the LP base
New York makes an unexpected reappearance as the preferred IPO destination for Asian companies; the growth-stage tech investment revival continues; KKR lights up lackluster fundraising environment
Qingsong Fund differs from most renminbi fund managers by virtue of its uncommon diversification and farsighted strategy. Data and deep tech will be key focus areas for the firm’s new $153 million fund
China's 5Y Capital has raised nearly $2 billion for its latest US dollar and renminbi-denominated funds, securing $1.7 billion for the US dollar pool and around RMB1.9 billion ($290 million) for the local currency vehicle.
Affirma Capital has reached a first close of KRW443 billion ($403 million) on its fifth Korea-focused fund, while simultaneously announcing a $181 million investment in SK Telecom’s mobility business.
India’s Alteria Capital has achieved a first close of INR13.2 billion ($177 million) on its second venture debt fund. The target is INR15 billion.
China-based food and agriculture specialist Hosen Capital has closed its third US dollar-denominated fund above target at $800 million.
Long Hill Capital closed its third US dollar-denominated fund at $300 million with a remit to pursue healthcare and longevity-related opportunities, which includes start-ups focused on wellness and services aimed at aging consumers.
KKR has closed its fourth pan-Asian fund at $15 billion – the largest US dollar-denominated private equity vehicle ever raised for the region and the largest raised by KKR globally by number of LPs.
Source Code Capital has confirmed a final close of $1 billion on its latest set of US dollar-denominated funds, which takes the Chinese venture capital firm’s total assets under management to $2.5 billion.
US and Singapore-headquartered VC investor B Capital Group has established a China presence and closed a late-stage follow-on fund of $415 million for existing portfolio companies.
Trustar Capital, a Chinese middle-market private equity firm until recently known as CITIC Capital, is complementing its flagship buyout strategy with a growth capital-oriented fund.
Qingsong Fund, a Chinese venture capital firm formed by Xiaosong Liu, an angel investor and co-founder of Tencent Holdings, has closed its fourth renminbi-denominated fund with RMB1 billion ($153 million).
City University of Hong Kong plans to invest $64 million in creating 300 start-ups over the next three years, offering students and staff a more structured route to commercializing academic research
With the launch of its third fund a few weeks away, IvyCap Ventures leveraged strong investor interest in beauty e-commerce player Purplle to secure one of India’s largest rupee VC exits
Sequoia Capital India has closed a second seed fund under its Surge accelerator program at $195 million. Like its predecessor, it will target start-ups in India and Southeast Asia.
Baring Private Equity Asia is back in the market seeking $8.5 billion for its eighth pan-regional fund, less than 15 months after closing Fund VII at $6.5 billion.
Hony Capital has joined a string of Chinese private equity managers with special purpose acquisition vehicles (SPACs), targeting $300 million for healthcare and consumer deals.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has proposed a $25 million commitment to the fourth private equity fund from India’s Gaja Capital. The target corpus is $400 million.
Gly Capital, a Hong Kong-based investor controlled by Chinese auto giant Geely, has launched a $300 million mobility tech fund.
Source Code Capital, a Chinese venture capital firm founded by Yi Cao (pictured), formerly of Sequoia Capital China, is set to raise $1 billion across two funds.
Indian early-stage technology investor Ankur Capital has reached an incremental close of INR3.3 billion ($45.5 million) against a target of INR3.5 billion.