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Temasek backs $100m Series E round in US-based Iora Health

The round was joined by .406 Ventures, Devonshire Investors, F-Prime Capital, Flare Capital Partners, GE Ventures, Humana, Khosla Ventures and Polaris Partners.


Etam Group sells China ready-to-wear business to Hong Kong-based investor

French clothing group Etam Group has agreed to sell its Chinese ready-to-wear (RTW) business to Hong Kong-based Jaoboo Fashion Group International founder and CEO Jinguo Zhou.


Grab partners with Maybank to grow mobile wallet GrabPay in Malaysia

Grab users will soon be able to use GrabPay at Maybank’s key merchants, expanding the ride-hailing and payments firm’s reach to a wider network of merchants in the country.


Creador’s fourth fund to make first close at $450m in July, final close by year-end

Its third fund, the $415-million Creador III, is currently over 85 per cent deployed.


Malaysia: Maybank unit completes acquisitions; Naza to set up 1,000 telecom towers

Maybank Asset Management Group Bhd has announced that it has completed the acquisition of both the fund management firms of Permodalan Nasional Bhd.


Malaysia: EPF pares stake in Sapura Energy; Country Heights divests 5% in unit

Malaysia’s Employees’ Provident Fund has ceased to be a substantial shareholder of Sapura Energy Bhd,


Warburg-backed ESR-REIT to merge with Viva Industrial Trust

The merger will create the fourth largest industrial REIT in Singapore with approximately $2.23 billion in assets


Japan’s Asahi Glass leads funding for US-based 3D printing startup AREVO

The round was joined by Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, Leslie Ventures and Khosla Ventures.


Australia’s Future Fund leads $40m Series C for US-based Parsable

The round was joined by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Airbus, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures and B37 Ventures.


SG: Vertex-backed Validus Capital sets up $15m SME fund, eyes regional expansion

The fund, launched in partnership with asset manager Lighthouse Canton Group, will eventually be scaled up to $S200 million ($149.19 million).