March was eventful, not least because of the sudden and spectacular collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and its reverberations throughout the investment sector, from Santa Clara to Singapore.
Still, as we track the venture capital and private equity sector across Asia, there continues to be some optimism about prospects in the region, highlighted by the fund managers and limited partners we speak to, and borne out by fundraising and deals.
ICYMI, here are some of the most-read DealStreetAsia exclusives in March.
- Indonesia’s eFishery set to earn unicorn tag in Khazanah Nasional-led funding round
- BYJU’s in final talks to raise $250m at a flat valuation: sources
- The LP View: Investors spot big promise in the secondaries market in Asia
- SG logistics firm Ninja Van’s losses more than doubled to S$250m in FY2022
- Indonesian wealth fund INA eyes $1b investments this year
- Temasek expects digitisation and sustainable living to emerge as megatrends
- Startups, fund managers rush to tap oil money as China bolsters Middle East ties
- Asian funds, startups wrap head around SVB collapse as Fed rushes to calm nerves
- Fate of Indonesia’s agritech startup TaniHub hangs in balance
- Capital Square Partners, Basil Technology Partners to merge after $700m deal
- Thai fund manager PrimeStreet Capital gathers $160m so far for three vehicles
- The LP View: Best buyer’s markets are toughest ones from fundraising perspective
To learn more about our best rate team-based subscription, email firstname.lastname@example.org.