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With two RMB fund launches, TPG has joined firms like Carlyle and Blackstone in throwing itself wholeheartedly behind an untested and pioneering private equity vehicle, writes Jenny Blinch.
Asia, and other growth markets including Latin America, remains the sovereign fund's key investment focus for the next 10 years.
Foreign LPs invested in USD funds are seeing a conflict of interest as parallel RMB vehicles rack up deal after deal, writes Jenny Blinch.
The sale of the temporary fencing provider is, say the two firms, Australia’s first tertiary buyout. It was originally invested in by CHAMP Ventures in 2004.
The departure of TPG Capital’s top man in China highlights an unsustainable emphasis placed on key men.
The Swiss firm's twelfth office will support investment activities and client relationships in the Middle East and India.
Uncertainty for foreign firms eyeing Australia's private equity industry continues.
The lack of experienced and stable teams in Asia still remains a major bottleneck to investors, according to a new survey.
Monday saw another crop of senior professionals leave Indian private equity giant ICICI Venture to set up on their own. In doing so, Jayanta Banerjee, Anand Vyas and Sunay Mathure follow in the footsteps of former ICICI private equity head, Renuka Ramnath, who left the firm in April last year to establish her own firm, […]
Ping An Insurance has received regulatory approval to purchase TPG’s 17% stake in Shenzhen Development Bank. The acquisition will be paid in Ping An shares and looks set to make TPG at least an 8x return on its initial investment.

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