Temasek, Kuehne Nagel set up JV to invest in logistics tech startups

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Temasek Holdings and Kuehne Nagel International AG will jointly invest in early-stage logistics technology startups.

India: IDFC Asset Management plans to launch $315m new AIF

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Last year IDFC Asset had launched two major open-ended schemes—a balanced fund and a credit opportunities fund.


Partners Group sells 21% stake in Australian cancer research centre to AMP Capital

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The investment in Melbourne-based VCCC was made by Partners Group in 2012.


Australian PE firm Anacacia Capital acquires majority stake in Sydney-based Force Fire

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The private equity investment deal, the first in Australia this year, was recently signed by the two parties.


CMS Opus Private Equity rebrands as COPE Private Equity

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Malaysia-headquarted CMS Opus Private Equity Monday said it had rebranded to COPE Private Equity, and added that as it prepares for ‘next chapter of growth’, the name change would represent a ‘fresh identity and perspective’. Established in 2005, COPE Private Equity said it has assets under management (AuM) of over… Read more »


GIC, KKR, others back $1.75b investment in India’s HDFC

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The other investors include Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, Premji Invest and Carmignac.


India Digest: L Catterton eyes Patanjali; Mirae Asset to enter PE; CDC fully exits Ujjivan

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L Catterton is willing to invest as much as $500 million in the Indian company, which is close to half of their remaining funds in Asia.


India: Vatika Hotels buys out Goldman Sachs’ stake worth $47m

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Goldman Sachs had invested Rs 300 crore in Vatika Hotels in the form of CCD, which later got translated into equity in 2015.


WL Ross-backed Four Rivers takes 23.5% stake in Chongqing Steel after recapitalization

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Four Rivers together with Chongqing Strategic Emerging Industry Equity Investment Fund, invested $615 million of new capital in Chongqing Steel


Bain, Silver Lake among bidders for Olympus Capital Asia’s stake in iPhone recycler

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The recycler, Li Tong, could be valued at $750 million to $1 billion in any transaction.