Navis Capital Partners has completed an investment into Singapore electronic waste company TES-Envirocorp Pte. The transaction involved Navis purchasing a majority equity interest in TES-Envirocorp and a commitment to invest further in the growth of the business.
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Navis Capital Partners, through its private equity fund, Navis Asia Fund IV, is to sell its stake in Trimco International Holdings Limited, a global provider of garment label solutions, to fund manager Partners Group. Navis acquired its majority stake in Trimco in 2005 for US$11.1 million and the investment has generated US$111.4 million in exit [...]
Malaysia-based private equity firm Navis Capital Partners on Tuesday said it has completed the sale of its Dunkin’ Donuts and Au Bon Pain business in Thailand to Sub Sri TPC for 1.32 billion baht ($41.56 million), Reuters wrote Tuesday. Navis acquired a controlling stake in the Thai Dunkin’ Donuts and Au Bon Pain business in 2006.
Malaysia-based private equity firm Navis Capital Partners has sold its Dunkin’ Donuts and Au Bon Pain business in Thailand to Sub Sri TPC for 1.32 billion baht ($41.56 million), writes Reuters. Navis, which manages about $3 billion in equity capital, bought a controlling stake in the Thai Dunkin’ Donuts and Au Bon Pain business in [...]
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Malaysia-based private equity firm Navis Capital Partners has exited its investment in King’s Safetywear Ltd, a maker of protective shoes for workers in factories, mines and other industrial environments. U.S. manufacturer Honeywell International Inc. is paying $338 million for the company, Reuters reported Tuesday.
Private equity firm Navis Capital Partners has acquired a stake in Malaysia’s Kinderdijk Group, a distributor and retailer of lifestyle and babycare products, Reuters reported. Kinderdijk distributes popular brands including Mattel/Fisher Price and MacLaren. Terms of the deal were not released. Malaysia-based Navis, which manages about $3 billion. The firm is currently investing out of the $76 million Malaysian Growth Opportunity Fund I.
(Reuters) -A consortium led by a Malaysia-based private equity firm has joined a slate of bidders including French retailer Casino (CASP.PA: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) and Britain’s Tesco (TSCO.L: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), in bidding for some of Carrefour’s (CARR.PA: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) Southeast Asian assets, sources said. Malaysia’s Navis Capital [...]
Navis Capital Partners has offered to acquire Eng Kong Holdings Ltd., a Singapore-listed provider of container services. The offer would value Eng Kong at around S$77.44 million (US$55.46m). www.naviscapital.net