Private equity deals are likely to sustain their relatively high momentum in 2024, although asset managers may face challenges sourcing the right local talent.
Middle East asset owners are expected to be significant drivers of Chinese private market growth. Meanwhile South and Southeast Asia, along with Japan, could see a rise in M&A activity, according to a recent report.
As Asia's private equity markets become saturated, investors are finding opportunities in the evolving private credit space, a survey released on February 6 shows.
Asia will continue to attract private equity investors, but these investors might also look at other markets and strategies in order to avoid pitfalls.
Although mainly a direct investor, the investment arm of the city state’s Economic Development Board sources great deals and know-how through fund allocations.
The South Korean market highlights an ongoing dilemma for asset owners’ appetite for private equity investments.
Fullerton joins Hamilton Lane and Partners Group in tokenising funds on the platform, to tap new sources of capital.
Investor interests in the Internet and technology and ESG sectors may prop up the private equity market amid global uncertainties.
They might be locked and loaded, but mounting stores of unspent capital mean GPs will have to make more effort when targeting new investments with reasonable valuations.
Five experts told AsianInvestor what symptoms Asia's private equity markets are displaying from the recent coronavirus outbreak.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank voices its support for the upcoming limited partnership regime as more details of the developing legal framework emerge.
The increase in exposure will mainly be driven by heavier co-investments in the region and by adding more country-focused managers.