Crestmount Capital to put $76.3m in Australian realty player Piety Investments Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia Shiwen Yap March 28, 2017 Premium Sydney-based residential developer Piety Investments, a shariah-compliant fund manager, has secured an A$100 million ($76.3 million) investment from Middle Eastern fund Crestmount Capital. 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 email@example.com. Just-In Trending CapitaLand REIT said to pursue $1.1b Duo office and retail assets US fintech FIS to buy Worldpay for $35b in biggest-ever payments deal With rising vacancy rates, China’s co-work spaces eye services amid funding crunch Singapore Digest: SC Ventures launches Fintech Bridge; MoolahGo raises funds Satellite startup OneWeb raises $1.25b in Japan’s SoftBank-led round Malaysia’s Ekuinas picks 40% stake in Exabytes Capital Group VinaCapital Ventures backs two startups, appoints advisory board chairman Cleric-led Indonesian fintech firm says no to VC money as it takes on big boys Singapore developer Oxley Holdings gets $758m offer for Chevron House Cashless payment in Vietnam could grow to 50% in three years: MoMo CEO You are subscribed to our mailing list.