The mainland’s stalled IPO market has closed off a vital exit route for PE investors, but it may spur a reshaping of the industry and more complex deals, say industry ...
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts points to a number of appealing prospects for private equity investors in China and Japan.
Amid a spate of quantitative easing, China is an overlooked market, while investment hotspot Japan is a bug in search of a windshield, says Harbour Capital Management.
Sources point to a change of atmosphere amid renewed interest from domestic and international investors. Almost all surviving funds are understood to be in fundraising mode.
While Greater China retains its lead in Asian PE deal flow, Japan and India may disappoint while Australia could hold undervalued opportunities, indicates a report by SCM.
Savvy investors who wait for the market equivalent of baseball's 'fat pitch' will make a move when valuations are low, says CSV Capital's Earl Yen.
Asset owners are being tipped to boost exposure to infrastructure and real estate from a low base, but with such strong demand for scarce assets, overbidding is a risk.
The case involving the US hedge fund has caused worries over the use of section 213 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance by Hong Kong's securities regulator.
Around $1 trillion in net inflows to emerging-market private equity last year is down on the peak, but up in terms of global allocations.
The Asian asset management arm of Prudential plans to keep alts at 5% of its portfolio, while the Korean Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives will nearly double its ...
Pensions are the biggest contributors to private equity inflows, but family offices have the largest portfolio exposures to hedge funds and PE by percentage of assets, says Preqin.
Corporate turnarounds and restructurings are tipped to increase in number, with South Korea and Greater China to see the most activity, according to AlixPartners.
Finance’s finest fighters are getting set to take their competitive battles to the ring at Hedge Fund Fight Nite.
A study finds just a third of Asian institutions invest in quant strategies, versus more than four out of five US peers. As a result, they are expected to play catch up.
US hedge fund veterans at Salt Las Vegas take a bullish view on their home market, while eyeing emerging markets for short-selling opportunities.