Our insights on the opportunities and challenges facing Asian private equity.

The Asian private equity market: A decade in review

November 1, 2017

Over the last ten years, Asian Private Equity as an asset class has been on a sustainable path of growth and maturity. The Global Financial Crisis (“GFC”) saw many developed markets falter while Asia proved to be remarkably resilient having learnt its lessons from its own crisis in 1997.

As we look around at the adoption of ESG practices in Asia, we can see that Asia is still lagging behind that of Europe or the US. Discover how Axiom, as one of Asia’s largest and most experienced private equity fund managers, strives to create a positive and long-lasting impact on the communities we belong to with our investment management activities and business operations.

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. Here’s why we think this solidifies the case for investing in China even more.

To RMB Or Not To RMB?

May 1, 2018

Renminbi (“RMB”) funds as an asset class has seen robust growth in the past ten years, spurred by stock market liberalization and the influx of capital from state-backed funds and government guidance funds.

Über die letzten zehn Jahre hat das asiatische Private-Equity-Segment eine stetige Entwicklung in Richtung Wachstum und Reife vollzogen.

The firing of ballistic missiles by North Korea; the assassination of Kim Jong Un’s estranged half-brother; the removal of South Korean President Park Geun-hye from office: Here, we address some of the key concerns and questions regarding these events and their impact on the Asian investment climate.