By Nisha Gopalan
Japan’s dying conglomerates offer rich pickings. They house a slew of underloved or non-core assets. There’s a real chance to create global leaders from these assets.
The latest Series B round brings Aidoc’s total funding to $40 million.
SoftBank, Toyota Motor Corp and Japan-based auto-parts supplier Denso Corp are expected to invest a total of $1 billion as part of the deal.
The partnership will enable NXP and Hawkeye to work together to create reference designs to expand their operations in the Chinese market.
Based in San Francisco, BTIG’s Shingo Yatsui will help Asian clients identify transactions and spot valuable opportunities in the US and European market.
The company had earlier indicated that it would allocate a budget of over 300 million baht ($9.5 million) to invest in startups globally.
The deal – recommended by the Dulux board – is the latest in a slew of Japanese acquisitions in Australia.
The facility is aimed to to enhance the Cambodian lender’s capacity to serve local SMEs.
Chainalysis hopes the strategic investment will help it further its expansion plans in Asia.
The move by the FSA highlights the difficulties in ensuring security of virtual currencies.