Qatar Investment Authority buys 19.9% stake in HK department store operator for $618 million as Chow Tai Fook Enterprises partially exits investment.
Private equity firm ChrysCapital talks to FinanceAsia about attractive sectors in India for investment and what net returns LPs can expect over the next five years.
Fosun outbid several rivals after agreeing to pay a revised €459.8 million for the 96% stake in Espirito Santo Saude.
Malaysia's Petronas buys Statoil's 15.5% interest in an oil field in Azerbaijan for $2.2b, its third largest acquisition.
RHB, CIMB and Malaysia Building Society seek central bank approval for three-way merger to create regional giant.
Malaysian palm oil plantation company makes offer for London-listed New Britain Palm Oil with a nod from Papua New Guinea's prime minister.
TPG’s David Bonderman on Alibaba, Modi euphoria and taper tantrums.
The US private equity firm has invested in China’s fast-growing medical device sector, buying a stake Jiangsu-based Xinrong.
Berli Jucker has mandated HSBC and Mizuho for a €650m loan to pay for its acquisition of Metro's cash-and-carry business in Vietnam.
Cofco Land plans to fund its acquisition of $1.6 billion worth of properties with a share placement of up to $500 million and a loan, which are both expected early November.
Foreign banks and investors haven't struck pay dirt with Sinopec's $17.4 billion retail unit stake sale.
After a tricky integration MetLife’s $16.12b Japan purchase is paying off and fuelling the insurer’s growth in Asean.
Asia’s largest oil refiner sells a 29.99% stake in its retail unit to 25 investors for Rmb107.094 billion in cash.
SMFG’s greater presence in the Hong Kong bank makes M&A less likely and dilutes other shareholders.
Megabank targets Chinese clients by upping its stake in Bank of East Asia. The deal looks reasonably priced at about ¥100 billion or about 1.2 times book.