China private equity could deliver some strong vintages relative to other markets given falling valuations, a deepening pool of management talent, and a historical emphasis on driving returns through growth rather than leverage, industry participants...
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Chinese consumer-focused venture capital firm Tiantu Capital has launched a Hong Kong IPO with a view to raising as much as HKD 1.9bn (USD 253m).
Nominations for the 2023 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards have now closed. Thanks to all who participated. Voting will open in about two weeks.
Singapore’s Temasek Holdings flagged the abrupt reversal of a two-year ramp-up in valuation gains on its global direct investments across technology, healthcare, and payments on posting its worst annual return since 2016.
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Japan Post Bank’s (JPB) private equity funds exposure increased 75% to JPY 5.6trn (USD 40.4bn) in the most recent financial year, which it said was largely driven by a change in accounting standards.
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Careful target selection – based on geography and sector – and increased emphasis on cost controls during ownership will be critical factors for Asian private equity investors as the industry braces for a downturn, according to Bain & Company.
Global private equity fundraising contracted 15% in 2022 as McKinsey & Company’s latest private markets annual review painted a bleak picture of the asset class, noting that one-year performance entered negative territory for the first time since 2008.
Private equity investors must find more operational levers to pull as LPs seek the same if not higher returns from the asset class despite more challenging economic conditions.
Australian LPs are facing more scrutiny as to how they value unlisted assets, prompting several superannuation funds to establish independent valuation teams that operate separately from private equity investment professionals.
Australia’s Future Fund posted a 3.7% loss for the 2022 calendar year amid rising inflation and volatility in public markets – with Peter Costello, the fund’s chairman, warning of further challenges to come.
A special issue of AVCJ profiling the winners of the 2022 AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards is now available for download.
AVCJ's daily bulletin will take a short break for the Lunar New Year holiday. Publication will resume on January 26.
AVCJ's daily bulletin is taking a short break for the festive holiday season.
Institutional investor interest in Asia has fallen significantly over the past two years, according to a survey conducted by Probitas Partners, with pan-regional funds, venture capital, and single country-focused funds among the least popular strategies...
More than half of family offices in Asia Pacific plan to increase their exposure to private equity funds next year, according to a survey conducted by Raffles Family Office and Campden Wealth.
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