Private equity is able to deploy more leverage for buyouts in Asia fueled by the region’s liquid loan market – boosting potential returns and risk.
The global private equity firm agreed to acquire the Korean security business ADT Korea from Tyco for $1.93 billion in cash – the biggest buyout in the country since 2008.
Beijing Capital surprises the market with its nimble $793 million acquisition of Transpacific’s New Zealand arm, as corporate China's globalisation push continues apace.
Sun Life Financial’s Asia President Kevin Strain talks to FinanceAsia about his M&A strategy and organic growth in the region.
Demand for food supply is pushing up the price of agricultural businesses in Australia where there are always more bidders than available assets, say M&A advisers.
Dongfeng Motor invests €800 million in Peugeot for a stake of about 14% and analysts deem the valuations to be reasonable.
Take-private bid for Chindex offers US private equity group exposure to China's burgeoning healthcare sector.
The acquisition of a controlling stake in Shanghai Pumin Futures Brokerage underlines UBS's commitment to the market.
Despite Alibaba’s recent bid for AutoNavi, M&A specialists expect fewer Chinese companies to leave the US after share prices surged in 2013.
Danone doubles its stake in China Mengniu Dairy, as multinational companies are forced to partner local companies or exit amid consolidation.
The US ratings agency also expects premium growth to remain robust but warns about the country's high catastrophe risks.
Sony's sale of its Vaio PC business to Japan Industrial Partners is a step in the right direction but it is no quick fix for the troubled company.
The Thai bank has been looking at the stake for a few months and is being advised by Citi.
Lenovo buys lossmaking Motorola from Google, gaining a foothold into the handset market in the US and Latin America.
ING’s sale of its 31% stake in TMB Bank is among the deals on hold amid the political upheaval.