Private equity investors expect divestments of domestic and overseas businesses by Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to become more prevalent as result of the government's sweeping efforts to reduce corporate debt levels, the Hong Kong Venture Capital...
Education has emerged as the latest hot sector for private equity in Asia on the back of opportunities created by rising incomes and regulatory change. But higher valuations mean more pressure to deliver
CITIC Capital Partners and FountainVest Partners plan to exit their entire stakes in Focus Media - the Chinese outdoor advertising business they helped take private in the US and then re-list in Shenzhen two years ago - within six months.
China wants to develop its sports industry, with football a priority, prompting numerous investors to look for overseas assets in the name of government policy. Their rationale is often divorced from reality
CITIC Capital Partners has agreed to sell its majority stake in Tri-Wall Holdings, an Asia-focused heavy duty packaging business, to Japanese packaging manufacturer Rengo for $221.7 million.
CITIC Capital Partners and Crestview Partners have agreed to sell Canada-based auto parts maker Stackpole to Johnson Electric Holdings for C$867 million ($659 million).
Private equity-backed Focus Media’s planned $7 billion reverse merger with Shenzhen-listed Hongda New Material has encountered another setback following the resignation of Hongda's chairman in response to a probe by authorities.
CITIC Capital Partners has acquired a majority stake in Study & Share Education Company, a Chinese test preparation and training business dedicated to the construction sector.
CITIC Capital Partners has acquired a controlling stake in King Koil Shanghai Sleep System, a Chinese mattress maker.
When CITIC Capital Partners joined Audax Group in acquiring Elgin Equipment, its brief was to re-position the clean coal equipment business from low-growth America to high-growth China
Chinese display advertising business Focus Media, which was taken private in last May by a consortium of private equity investors in conjunction with company management, is said to be working towards a $1 billion IPO in early 2015.
CITIC Capital Partners has completed the privatization of US-listed Chinese telecom software provider AsiaInfo-Linkage in a deal that values the company at $887 million. CITIC Private Equity and China Broadband Capital were also part of the buyer consortium.
Two weeks ago China National Offshore Oil Corp. received the first cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Tianjin floating storage regasification unit. The company now has the capacity to handle 24.4 million metric tons of LNG per year at six offshore...
CITIC Capital Partners has teamed up with US-based Windjammer Capital Investors to buy Engineered Controls International (ECI), a manufacturer of valves used in the transportation and storage of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and liquefied natural gas...
The oil pumps use to lubricate engine parts and reduce friction come in two forms: fixed and variable. The first are usually oversized to handle the harshest operating conditions and therefore deliver higher average oil pressure and consume more power...
Once regarded warily by banks due to the lack of security in providing offshore financing against onshore assets, Asia buyouts that rely on offshore holdco structures are increasingly sought after.
CITIC Capital Partners has teamed up with New York-based Crestview Partners to buy Stackpole International, a North American machinery supplier, from Sterling Group and Current Capital. The transaction value was not disclosed but it is reportedly $512...
CITIC Capital has reached a final close of $683 million on its China Retail Properties Investment Fund, exceeding the original target of $600 million.
Pulled by a desire to buy and build or pushed by a need to address restricted exit options, PE firms in China are placing greater emphasis on operational value-add. LPs must decide who’s all talk and who is action
Focus Media will be privatized next month after shareholders voted in favor of a private equity-backed management buyout that values the company at $3.7 billion. It is the largest buyout transaction ever completed in China.
CITIC Capital said on Wednesday that a unit of Qatar's sovereign wealth fund - Qatar Holding - has subscribed for new shares in CITIC Capital, equivalent to a 22.22% stake in the company.