Debut offerings by Indian unicorns kicked off this year after Zomato’s stellar IPO in July.
One of the biggest constraints for Asia's private credit sector is talent: Elham Credit’s Siddhartha Hari
Three early-stage Indonesian climate startups attract interest from VCs
Brookfield sees renewable and data driving deployment for $6b infra debt fund
Minnesota SBI commits $150m to TPG's latest India, North America-focused growth fund
US forces Saudi fund to exit Altman-backed AI chip startup
Wellington Management emerges as an outlier amid late-stage funding crunch
Valuations between seed and Series A/B stages have compressed: Picus Capital’s Florian Reichert
Keppel to buy European real estate fund manager Aermont Capital for $1b
Vietnam’s FEBE Ventures launches $75m second fund
Sequoia Capital splits off from China affiliate a month ahead of schedule
PE/VC firms have pumped in over $2.1 billion in Vietnamese companies in 2021.
At 63, Singapore accounted for around half of all fintech deals in the region.
Top 20 deals accounted for 66% of overall dealmaking.
What sets SE Asia apart is the structural tailwind in its sails.
Dealmakers are also counting on cross-border deals involving Asian firms’ strategic investments.
Deal advisers describe 2020 as a tale of two very different halves.
The first green shoots may have already started to appear, as year-end deals suggest.
In 2020, the IPO markets in mainland China and HK are poised to record their most active year since 2011.
Investors will be watching hospitals chasing a deeper growth strategy beyond the model of adding beds.