To date, it is the first time that 500 Startups has injected the capital into the Thai company directly.
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Thailand’s fintech startup T2P signs a for a partnership with Myanmar’s City Mart Holdings. Tourism start-ups in Mekong Region opened for two accelerator programs under MIST.
It plans to fund around 500 million to 1 billion baht to co-invest in each project and expects to wrap up the deals by the end of this year.
Fintech startup Jirnexu (formerly Saving Plus), which operates in Singapore and Malaysia, has raised $3 million in Series A funding. This investment takes their total funding to $4.5 million.
Fashion discovery app Goxip has raised a $1.62 million seed round, wealth management firm Mesitis has raised $2.35 million in funding and IsItUp has raised an undisclosed seed investment.
Benchachinda Group, one of the leading telecommunication firm in Thailand, has established a joint venture with its partners to invest in broadband business in Myanmar. Chonburi Concrete Product PCL is to finalise two joint venture deals this year. BCH sets JV to foray into Myanmar Thailand’s telecommunication firm Benchachinda Group… Read more »
In 2014, private equity firm Carlyle sold its entire holding in RHCL for $78 million, making a near nine-fold return on its six-year-old investment.
DMCI Holdings Inc and its holding firm sold their shares in Private Infra Dev Corp pegged at $39 million (P1.82 billion) to a unit of San Miguel Holdings Corp.
Singapore-based CapitaLand’s wholly owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), has extended its global footprint to Cambodia, a rapidly developing market. It will be managing its first serviced residence in the country – Somerset Norodom – which will open in Cambodia’s capital and economic hub of Phnom Penh in… Read more »
Henderson Global sold its Singtel holdings in Asia-based portfolios last month,