Japanese mid-market buyout firm NSSK has executed a partial exit of Vati, a small but strong performer in the country’s competitive nursing care space
Japanese mid-market buyout firm NSSK has secured a partial exit from nursing care provider Vati through a sale of the business to an investor group that includes Neuberger Berman.
Hong Kong-based multi-family office Raffles Family Office will invest $15 million in local co-working space operator WorkTech.
Chinese apartment rental platform Danke raised about $130 million in a smaller-than-expected US IPO that was primarily underwritten by existing private equity investors.
France-based GP Tikehau Capital has exited its stake in Singapore workspace provider JustCo, achieving a net profit of S$27.7 million ($20.5 million) and an 8x return multiple.
The Carlyle Group has acquired a significant minority stake in Anxin Apartment, a Chinese serviced apartment operator that specializes in affordable housing for corporate clients.
ESR, an Asia-focused warehousing platform seeded by Warburg Pincus, stole a march on its rivals by tapping into the rise of e-commerce in China. It is now looking to stay ahead of the curve
Tenglong Group, a data center operator based in Beijing, has raised a RMB26 billion ($3.7 billion) Series A round led by Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia and state-owned China Nanshan Development Group.
SpaceMarket, a Japanese start-up that lists vacant spaces available for rent for corporate events, is looking to raise up to JPY933.2 million ($8.5 million) through a domestic IPO.
Pavilion Capital and Gobi Partners had co-led an $18 million Series B round for Indonesia’s Travelio, an Airbnb-style home rentals start-up.
Q&K International Group, operator of China-based long-term apartment rentals platform Qingke, posted a marginal gain on its US trading debut after raising $45.9 million in an IPO priced at the bottom end of the indicative range.
Pan-Asian logistics and fund management platform ESR gained 5.4% on its first day of trading in Hong Kong after completing Asia's second-largest IPO of the year.
Chinese online real estate marketplace Fangdd Network raised $78 million in its US IPO, having reduced the size of the offering, and traded flat on its first day on NASDAQ.
China-based long-term apartment rental platform Danke has filed for a US IPO. It comes a fortnight after the company raised $190 million in Series D funding from CMC Capital Partners and Primavera Capital Group.
Private equity-backed Southeast Asian online real estate portal PropertyGuru has decided not to proceed with its A$380 million ($256 million) IPO in Australia, citing market uncertainty.
Pan-Asian logistics and fund management platform ESR has relaunched a Hong Kong IPO that was pulled in June amidst unrest in Hong Kong and concerns about the valuation.
Little Bear, a Shanghai-based B2B platform that matches buyers with suppliers of renovation materials, has raised RMB130 million ($18 million) led by Immensus Capital, with participation from Matrix Partners China and Yunqi Capital.
Qingke, a Chinese long-term apartment rental operator, is looking to go public at a time when many of its peers are going out of business. Pursuing scale at the expense of sustainability is the core problem
Q&K International Group, operator of China-based long-term apartment rentals platform Qingke, has filed for a US IPO. Its backers include Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia (MSPEA) and Crescent Point.
PropertyGuru, a Southeast Asia-focused online real estate portal that counts TPG Capital and KKR among its investors, is looking to raise up to A$380.2 million ($256 million) through an IPO in Australia.
Anacacia Capital has invested in Root Partnerships, which claims to be one of Australia’s largest independent infrastructure advisory and project management firms.
Hopu Investments has agreed to invest HK$933 million ($119 million) in Regal International Airport, which operates Haikou Meilan International Airport in Hainan province and has ties to troubled Chinese conglomerate HNA Group.
Australia’s YBF Ventures and US conglomerate Honeywell have teamed up to launch a Sydney-based technology start-up accelerator for the real estate sector.
The private equity owners of The Executive Centre (TEC), an office provider that relies on Hong Kong for 30% of its EBITDA, have suspended a sale process in response to ongoing protests in the territory.