Insight Partners has led a USD 50m round for Australia’s Roller, a venue management software provider specializing in family fun parks.
Japanese private equity firm Integral Corporation has sold most of its remaining position in Skymark Airlines, the budget air carrier it took public in December last year.
India’s Honasa Consumer, the private equity-backed parent of mother-and-baby brand Mamaearth, raised about USD 204m in a domestic IPO, facilitating several partial exits.
India’s Alta Capital, a real assets and early-stage property tech investor, has committed USD 200m to an expansion effort by Cappella Educore, a chain of K-12 schools and student housing.
Guoquan Food, a Chinese hotpot ingredients supplier that now positions itself as a one-stop home meal solutions brand, is trading at a 8.8% premium to its IPO price following a HKD 411.4m (USD 52.5m) Hong Kong offering.
Japanese middle market private equity firm T Capital Partners has agreed to sell its majority stake in Confex Holdings, a wholesale confectionery products business, to Yamae Group Holdings for JPY 16.1bn (USD 107m).
Global beverage giant Diageo has agreed to sell Windsor, Korea’s best-selling whisky brand, to Pine Tree Investment & Management following the collapse of a transaction involving other Korean private equity firms.
Lightspeed Venture Partners has led a USD 50m Series B investment in Singapore-based travel wallet and currency exchange app YouTrip.
Faering Capital has invested USD 30m in India’s Vastu Housing Finance, facilitating an exit for Multiples Alternate Asset Management.
Indonesia’s Luna, a seed-stage contender in a competitive retail digitalisation landscape, continues to collect VC backers as a patient, diversified gameplan comes into focus
As the streetwear thesis matures, East Ventures is helping bring Singapore’s Novelship, a brand-agnostic, rap star-approved marketplace, to a larger, more diverse audience
Japanese plant-based meat company Daiz has raised JPY 7.1bn (USD47.4m) in Series C funding that features Mitsubishi UFJ Capital.
Demonstrated success in building consumer brands, India’s attractive macro story, and LPs looking to diversify their exposure within Asia are seen as key factors in DSG Consumers Partners’ fundraise
US-based meat and processed food maker Tyson Foods has received preliminary bids from private equity firms including Trustar Capital, Bain Capital and BPEA EQT for its China poultry business, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Mensa Brands, an India-based platform that agglomerates emerging consumer brands, has received USD 40m in funding from EvolutionX Debt Capital structured as a debt facility and a convertible investment.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) has agreed to invest INR 49.7m (USD 597m) in India’s Reliance Retail within two months of USD 1.25m worth of investments from KKR and Qatar Investment Authority (QIA).
SuperOrdinary, a global consumer brands accelerator that operates out of Shanghai, New York, and Los Angeles, has raised USD 58m in Series B funding at a valuation of more than USD 800m.
Korean streetwear retailer Kream has paid KRW 97.6bn (USD 72.1m) for a 43.6% stake in Japanese counterpart Soda as part of a merger of the two VC-backed businesses.
Bain Capital has agreed to invest at least USD 200m in Vietnamese conglomerate Masan Group. It is the private equity firm's first investment in Vietnam.
Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia and India (VVSEAI), an affiliate of Temasek Holdings-owned Vertex Holdings, has led a USD 20m Series B round for Indian D2C beauty and personal care brand Pilgrim.
PAG has agreed to acquire Shanghai Xingyi Cinema Management from Hong Kong-listed property developer Seazen for about CNY 1.4bn (USD 187m).
Paine Schwartz Partners has reached an agreement to acquire Australian fresh fruit and vegetables supplier Costa Group for an enterprise value of approximately AUD 2.46bn (USD 1.58bn).
Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital has filed to raise a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in Hong Kong, having previously failed to get traction with a similar structure in the US.
Everstone Capital has sold a 25.3% stake in India-listed Restaurant Brands Asia (RBA), the local and Indonesia operator of Burger King, realising INR 14.9bn (USD 179m) in a partial exit.