Chinese online retailer JD.com is investing $100 million in Hong Kong's Li & Fung, which recently won support from warehouse investor GLP for a privatization.
The valuations available on China's booming Star Market are prompting US dollar managers to consider restructuring companies for onshore listings. How long will the fervor last?
Bain Capital has increased its offer price for Tokyo-listed aged care provider Nichii Gakkan – after a Hong Kong hedge fund criticized the board for not doing enough to protect the interests of minority shareholders – valuing the business at JPY122...
Having found online-to-offline services and mobile payments too crowded, Malaysia's Fave turned itself into a digitization guide for small businesses. Collaboration with India's Pine Labs should strengthen its offering
China has raised an initial RMB88 billion ($12.6 billion) for the first dedicated environmental fund launched by the central government.
Tata Capital Growth Fund has invested INR2.25 billion ($30 million) in the biosimilars business of India-listed pharmaceuticals giant Biocon.
Microsoft Corporation wants to continue discussions over the purchase of the US operation of TikTok from PE-backed Chinese technology giant ByteDance amid threats from US President Donald Trump to ban the short video platform.
Advent International has agreed to buy a controlling stake in Indian pharmaceutical company RA Chem Pharma.
Line Man, a parcel-to-food delivery app launched in Thailand by Japan’s Line Corporation, has raised $110 million from BRV Capital, an affiliate of BlueRun Ventures.
Sequoia Capital China’s recent $3.68 billion fundraising effort has significantly expanded its scope to participate in later-stage deals. The three funds include a growth vehicle of $2.8 billion, a 55% increase on the previous vintage.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Li Auto closed up 43% on its first day of trading on NASDAQ following a $1.1 billion IPO.
Sistema Asia Capital, a corporate VC arm of Russian conglomerate Sistema that focuses on India and Southeast Asia, has named Edward Tay (pictured) as CEO.
Advantage Partners has appointed Shinichiro Kita as head of its Japan buyout team as part of succession planning within the Japanese firm. The change also ties into efforts to create more synergies between the buyout operation and an expanded public markets...
Navis Capital Partners has acquired CIA First International School in Cambodia for an undisclosed sum.
KKR - working alongside Temasek Holdings - is using Vinhomes as a means to get exposure to Vietnam's booming property market. Mergermarket and AVCJ offer some additional industry context
Warburg Pincus picked Haihe Pharmaceutical as its first bet on innovative drug development in China, having been convinced by the company's mature portfolio and international expansion plans
Beike, a Chinese online real estate platform backed by Tencent Holdings, SoftBank Vision Fund and Hillhouse Capital, has filed for US IPO.
GenBridge Capital has led a $60 million Series C round of funding for Guoquan, a Chinese hot pot ingredients supplier. All the company's existing investors re-upped.
Ritesh Agarwal (pictured), the founder of Indian hotel booking platform Oyo, has launched a Singapore-headquartered venture capital firm called Aroa Ventures.
Indian educational technology startup Toppr has raised $50 million (INR3.5 billion) in a Series D funding round led by United Arab Emirates-based investment firm Foundation Holdings.
Singapore’s GIC Private said that steps taken last year to de-risk its portfolio – reducing its allocation to equities in favor of cash and evaluating deals with more caution – have limited the negative impact of COVID-19.
Private equity firms Asia-IO Capital and Wise Road Capital have acquired a 55.6% stake in a semiconductor packaging materials business from Hong Kong-listed ASM Pacific Technology.
With millions of Indian students facing the possibility of an academic year conducted entirely online, educational technology start-ups have an opportunity for business model validation
CITIC Capital’s Hanxi Zhao cut her teeth with brands in China at Procter & Gamble more than 20 years ago. The market has since moved on, but the underlying message has not