Axiom Asia Charity Day at Food From the Heart On February 2nd 2017, the Axiom Asia team spent the morning packing food items at the Food From the Heart warehouse to distribute to needy families and schools across Singapore. We strongly believe in giving back to...
Singapore, 09 January 2017 – Axiom Asia Private Capital (“Axiom Asia”) has completed the final close of its fourth fund, Axiom Asia IV, L.P (“Fund IV” or the “Fund”).
In this White Paper published in August 2018, we aim to demystify the opaque nature of RMB funds and shed light on what investors are really getting when they put capital into the asset class.
On March 11, 2018, 3,000 delegates gathered in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing and voted to abolish the two-term limit on the Chinese presidency. The vote passed almost unanimously with only two dissenting votes. This announcement was met swiftly by predominantly negative reports in the Western media prompting claims of “Chairman Mao 2.0” and fears that China would be returning to the dangerous days of strongman rule. In our view, Xi’s crystallization of power actually lowers the medium term risk in China.
German white paper on Asia private equity: market development and opportunities.
Alex Lee and Chris Loh talk to Hedgework about the merits of investing in Asian private equity.
The Asian Private Equity Market A Decade in Review In this white paper published in November 2017, we examine what has changed in the Asian macroeconomy and private equity landscape since Axiom raised its first fund in 2006 to the present day. We also outline the...
Dear Investors, The Korean peninsula has garnered significant press attention in recent weeks. In a series of events that would not seem out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster: North Korea fired a series of ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan, Kim Jong Nam—Kim...
Changes in the market and turnover in the team notwithstanding, Axiom Asia secured $1 billion for a fourth fund much like its previous three: a co-mingled fund-of-funds that offers exposure to hard-to-access GPs.
Axiom Asia Private Capital said it raised slightly more than $1 billion for its fourth fund of funds, leaving the firm well capitalized at a time when the Asian region's private equity markets face their share of headwinds.
The fund of fund manager held a final close on over $1bn for its forth fund, surpassing its target of $750m
Axiom Asia Private Capital, a Singapore-headquartered investment firm, has held a final close on its fourth fund of funds on a little
over $1 billion and expects to target more secondaries deals than it did from the predecessor fund.
Axiom Asia Private Capital announced the final close of its fourth private equity fund of funds, Axiom Asia IV, at $1.03 billion.
Marc Lau, Axiom Asia, talks to David Snow, CEO, Privcap about private equity in Asia at SuperReturn US 2016.