Focused on trade exits as SE Asia is always of strategic importance to MNCs: Navis Capital

Navis Capital's Nicholas Bloy at DEALSTREETASIA's Asia PE-VC Summit 2018 in Singapore.

It has been yet another busy year for Malaysia-headquartered private equity firm Navis Capital, both in terms of exits and new investments. Since the start of 2022, the firm has announced divestments at Singapore-based electronic waste-processing firm TES, Hong Kong footwear component company Texon, medical cold-chain solutions provider B Medical Systems and label and precision die-cut parts provider Adampak.

These assets were held in Navis Asia Fund VI and VII and the firm’s continuation vehicle, Navis Asia Green Loop Fund.

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