China Minsheng Financial Holding Corp is scouting for acquisitions of financial services companies including banks in Europe, betting on the bloc’s strengthening ties with the world’s second-largest economy, a top executive said. The investment arm of China’s largest private fund, China Minsheng Investment Group, however, sees Chinese acquisitions in the… Read more »
By Viswanath Pilla
Aurobindo Pharma Ltd is scouting for acquisitions in Europe to gain a foothold in the market. “I would not comment on the specifics, but as we had mentioned in the past also, it is predominantly two large areas—one is in terms of market expansion and one is in terms of… Read more »
The firm has broadened its capital sources, raising a $500 million Israel-dedicated pool for smaller deals and listing a permanent capital vehicle, Apax Global Alpha Ltd., in 2015.
Europe’s growing army of robot workers could be classed as “electronic persons” and their owners liable to paying social security for them.
“Our focus is on companies that are raising $250,000 to $1 million. We’ve had a number companies approach us who are raising lower amounts and we refer them to the other ECF operators that focus on the lower tickets,” Quawasmi said.
KEIL will enable Khazanah to better evaluate opportunities in technology-enabled sectors in Europe, and also complement the acceleration of Malaysia’s innovation agenda.
Guo Guangchang, the Chinese billionaire and self-styled disciple of Warren Buffett, is looking to invest in emerging markets for the first time as his conglomerate backs off of its buying spree in developed nations. “There are fewer and fewer investment opportunities as the overall valuation becomes expensive, especially in Europe… Read more »
Kitchen appliances maker TTK Prestige Ltd announced on Tuesday it had acquired UK-based Horwood Homewares Ltd. The company hasn’t disclosed the deal consideration, but that didn’t stop investors from driving up the TTK Prestige stock by about 4% on Tuesday. Analysts maintain that the company has been looking for acquisitions… Read more »
News that Tata Steel Ltd may have sold its European long products business, possibly for less than the price of a cup of coffee, did little to cheer its shareholders.