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The Japanese conglomerate is selling a portfolio of buyout stakes to AXA Private Equity.
Providence Equity Partners has hired Tao Sun to head its China investments.
Private Equity International recently caught up with Tuck Furuya, executive director at Japanese placement agent Ark Alternative Advisors, to discuss Japanese LPs’ attitudes toward private equity.
Carlyle has lost Shanghai-based managing director Yi Luo to Blackstone. It's not clear if Carlyle will replace Luo.
The Japanese private equity firm has attracted a number of Japanese corporate pension funds as it nears a final close on its third secondaries fund.
The fund, which has a target of $200m, is eyeing a first close of $75m later this year.
The private equity firm will pay $150m to de-list NIC, marking its second Japanese deal this year.
The US firm has reportedly taken a 10-20% stake in Indonesian firm Northstar, echoing its original approach to Asia via Newbridge Capital, an affiliate it later subsumed.
The European firm has generated a 2.2x return after selling part of its stake in Galaxy Entertainment Group. It retains a sizeable stake in the casino and hotel operator, its first Asian investment.
The global firm has set sights on the growth potential of India’s affordable housing sector with a $26m investment from its fourth Asia growth fund.

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