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SGX-listed Ho Bee Land acquires London office asset for $861m

With the Ropemaker Place deal, Ho Bee Land’s investment portfolio in London now stands at $1.7 billion.

Myanmar’s Delta Capital hits final close of second fund at about $70m, falls short of $100m target

Combining with its Fund II, Delta Capital’s total assets under management has reached close to $120 million.

Real estate investment manager AEW closes $1.12b third APAC fund

The fund will focus on acquisition of assets in key gateway cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul, Shanghai and Sydney.

Military-backed Mytel becomes fourth telecom operator to launch services in Myanmar

Telecom International Myanmar Company Limited, the company behind Mytel, is a joint venture between Myanmar government-owned Star High Public Co Ltd, a consortium comprising 11 Myanmar companies, and Vietnamese telecom company Viettel. 

Australia’s IFM Investors picks 37.5% in Ontario Teachers’-owned GCT Global

Following the transaction, IFM will own 37.5 per cent in the container terminal operator while BCI will acquire 25 per cent interest.

LSE-listed Myanmar Strategic to tap cash management business with EXERA deal

MSH seeks to expand its businesses in the education, hospitality and security sectors both organically and by way of acquisitions.

German meal kit company Marley Spoon to tap ASX to raise $53.6m in IPO

Marley Spoon joins other Germany-based meal kit providers HelloFresh and Delivery Hero to tap the public markets.

IFC looks to invest $13m debt-cum-equity in Yoma Micro Power

IFC financing will comprise $7 million equity through its InfraVentures arm and a $6 million concessional loan.

IFC may extend $15m financing to Nepal’s Global IME Bank

The bank will prioritise lending to enterprises in tourism, agriculture, micro finance and small & cottage industry sectors.

IFC likely to extend $150m debt to Chinese private school operator YuHua

The IFC loan will enable the company to expand into the tertiary education segment