Suminter India Organics raises funds from responsAbility’s PE arm

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responsAbility is a global social impact investment firm based in Zurich. It currently has over $3 billion in assets under management.

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Quadria-backed Strand Life to acquire Quest Diagnostics’ India business

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The two companies aim to close the sale by the end of the first quarter of 2019.


CVC Capital-led group to buy 50% stake in Krungsri’s MFI arm

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The unit, Ngern Tid Lor Co Ltd, offers credit and insurance to the underbanked and self-employed population in Thailand.


Abraaj’s stake in $1b healthcare fund to be split among other investors

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The move reflects a desire by some of the fund’s other investors to sever ties with Dubai-based Abraaj ahead of TPG taking over the management of the fund.


Apollo Global to buy GE Capital’s energy assets for $1b

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Apollo and other private-equity giants have been expanding in energy. Along with energy investments in its general PE funds, Apollo recently raised $3.5 billion for a natural resources fund.


Partners Group said to raise up to $5.8b for its fourth buyout fund

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Private equity firms are attracting record amounts of cash for new funds as a decade-old markets rally fuels returns and investor appetite for the asset class.


Riverside divests holding in Australian orthopaedic implant maker GOT

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The sale marks the fourth exit for Riverside in the past 12 months in the Asia-Pacific region.


Hong Kong-based PE firm NewQuest raises $65.1m sidecar fund

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The sidecar fund – NewQuest Asia Fund III CI-II LP – will invest alongside the PE firm’s third Asian secondaries fund, NewQuest Asia Fund III LP, that raised over $540 million in 2016.


Starwood Capital Asia sweetens buyout offer for Australian Unity Office

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Australian Unity Office said the funds sweetened their bid to A$2.95 per cash unit, 8.5 percent higher than the last offer of A$2.72 cash per unit.


Malaysian SWF Khazanah says will segregate strategic and commercial investments

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It was previously reported that Khazanah’s new board is in discussions to explore a change in its investment mandate.