Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) as agreed to buy Northstar Group’s majority stake in APAC Realty, a Singapore-listed real estate services company in Asia, for SGD 129.5m (USD 94.2m).
Warburg Pincus and Hillhouse Investment have re-upped in JD Property, the infrastructure property asset management arm of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, as part of a USD 800m Series B round.
PropertyGuru, a private equity-backed Southeast Asia real estate portal, traded flat on its New York Stock Exchange debut following a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) at an enterprise value of USD 1.36bn.
Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment has contributed USD 350m to a USD 500m equity round for Singapore-based data centre developer Princeton Digital Group (PDG).
Australian casino operator Crown Resorts has agreed to an acquisition by The Blackstone Group at an equity valuation of AUD 8.9bn (USD 6.34bn), ending a nearly one-year pursuit.
Singapore’s GIC has teamed up with digital infrastructure company Equinix with a view to investing USD 525m in the development of two data centres in Korea.
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Bain Capital has sold Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Resorts & Hotels, a Japan-based traditional inn and hot spring chain operator it acquired nearly seven years ago, to Lone Star for an undisclosed sum.
General Atlantic, Tiger Global Management, and Moore Strategic Ventures have participated in a $210 million Series E round for Indian real estate marketplace NoBroker at a valuation of $1 billion.
MBK Partners has agreed to sell Japan-based golf course operator Accordia Golf, which it acquired in 2017 via a tender offer, to Fortress Investment Group.
Specialist healthcare investor CBC Group has teamed up with APG Asset Management to launch a $1.5 billion fund dedicated to the development of healthcare infrastructure in China.
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Patrick Boocock, a managing partner at Brookfield Asset Management who led the firm’s investment and asset management activities in Asia, has moved to newly listed CapitaLand Investments (CLI).
Ben Cheng, a managing partner of C Ventures, mixes lifestyle trends and corporate VC as he helps Adrian Cheng, scion of Hong Kong’s New World Development, usher the family empire into a digital future
Korea’s VIG Partners has sold a 10% stake in funeral services provider Preed Life to Mastern Partners, a local PE platform, for KRW50 billion ($43.2 million).
Mekong Capital has invested $10.2 million in Rever, a leading online-to-offline real estate brokerage business in Vietnam.
ARA Asset Management, an Asia-based real asset manager that was privatized by a PE consortium in 2016, has agreed to be acquired by Hong Kong-listed warehousing platform ESR for $5.2 billion.
PropertyGuru, a PE-backed Southeast Asia real estate portal, has agreed to merge with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) established by Peter Thiel and Richard Li, son of Hong Kong billionaire Li-ka Shing, for an enterprise valuation of $1.35...
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Chubby Bear, a Shanghai-based B2B platform that matches buyers with suppliers of renovation materials, has raised $400 million across two tranches of Series C funding.
KKR and Tiga Investments have agreed to acquire Hong Kong office space provider The Executive Centre (TEC), facilitating exits for HPEF Capital Partners and CVC Capital Partners.
PropertyGuru, a Singapore-based real estate portal backed by the likes of TPG Capital and KKR, has acquired REA Group’s property technology assets in Malaysia and Thailand.
KKR is seeking to become the largest shareholder in Pexa, an Australia-based electronic settlement network for property deals, having offered to take out Link Administration Holdings at an enterprise valuation of A$3 billion ($2.3 billion).