Malaysia’s Affin Hwang ropes in former RHB bankers for private equity push Photo: Reuters Elffie Chew June 13, 2018 Premium Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhd., the Malaysian investment firm that manages over $12 billion, has hired senior RHB Bank Bhd. dealmakers as it seeks to build out its new private equity business. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Should your colleagues be reading this article too? Contact us for corporate subscriptions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just-In Trending Amazon leads $700m funding round for electric truck maker Rivian Go-Jek seeks bank pitches to raise additional $2b in ongoing round Gaocheng Capital hits $100m first close for maiden PE fund EME Myanmar, Nest Tech invest in HR services startup Mote Poh Temasek-backed Pine Labs eyes unicorn tag with new funding round Go-Jek seeks bank pitches to raise additional $2b in ongoing round Japan’s Advantage Partners acquires Vietnamese fashion chain Elise SG’s Antler to hit final close of $30m Southeast Asia fund this year In Vietnam, it is about going after returns rather than chasing unicorns Blackstone to buy stake in Taubman’s Asia retail assets for $480m You are subscribed to our mailing list.