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Swiss GSG sells 75% stake in Singapore’s animal feed major Gold Coin to Aboitiz unit

GSG is selling 75% in Gold Coin to Pilmico International at an implied enterprise valuation of $550 million.


Apac Digest: CDIB Capital backs S Korea’s E.CIS; Australia’s Culture Amp raises funds

S Korean E.CIS Comestic has raised an undisclosed sum from CDIB Capital while Australia-based Culture Amp has raised $40 million led by Blackbird Ventures.


Tony Fernandes says Thai unit of AirAsia X to seek IPO soon

Thai AirAsia X is part of Malaysia’s AirAsia X Bhd and operates medium and long-haul flights out of Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok.


Malaysian pension fund KWAP eyes more investments in renewable energy

Last year, KWAP made its maiden investment into the renewable energy sector when it picked up a 45 per cent stake in UK-based solar power producer Vortex Solar Investments for $90 million.


Thailand: Wongnai invests $1m in restaurant POS startup FoodStory

Wongnai raised a Series B financing round in April 2016, led by InVent, the venture capital arm of Intouch Holdings.


Asean Digest: AirAsia completes $355m aircraft transfer; Tat Hong to delist from SGX

SGX-listed crane supplier Tat Hong Holdings will delist from the Mainboard


Singapore-based bank UOB backs Israeli fintech startup Personetics

The investment and partnership with the startup will enhance UOB’s AI-based solutions for its customers across Southeast Asia


People Digest: MUFG Malaysia, PwC Singapore make new hires

MUFG Malaysia has named former Standard Chartered Malaysia banker Goh Kiat Seng as its new co-head of global corporate banking


Intense competition in PE space may lead to distortion of asset value: Ekuinas

Ekuinas is reportedly planning to launch a $400-million fourth fund in the fourth quarter of 2018.


Chinese online tutoring startup Zuoyebang raises $350m Series D

The Coatue-led round was joined by Goldman Sachs, Sequoia Capital China, GGV Capital, Primavera Capital Group, Xiang He Capital, Tiantu Capital, New Enterprise Associates and Taihe Capital.