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20 December 2013

Carlyle backs India’s Global Health

Private equity firm Carlyle has acquired a minority stake in Indian hospital and healthcare provider Global Health.

19 December 2013

Carlyle launches joint venture with Vitol

oil-refinery6_sq Private equity major Carlyle has teamed up with Swiss trading house Vitol to launch midstream energy company Varo Energy.

19 December 2013

Carlyle, KKR advance in Transpacific waste management unit

New Zealand flag close up Private equity firms Carlyle and KKR have reportedly advanced in the sale of Transpacific Industries Group's waste management unit.

19 December 2013

Carlyle nets $16.5m paper profit one week after $25m Fu Shou Yuan funerals deal

funeral_lrg Private equity giant Carlyle has made a $16.5m paper profit on its $25m investment in Chinese funeral services business Fu Shou Yuan just a week after backing the business.

18 December 2013

Banks contact Ares Management about potential IPO

stock brokerage market share listed Private equity firm Ares Management has reportedly been contacted by banks about a potential IPO.

16 December 2013

Fashion group Moncler soars in market debut

moncler Private equity-backed luxury clothing group Moncler soared more than 40 per cent on its first day of trading on the Borsa Italiana.

10 December 2013

Carlyle picks up stake in Chinese cemetery service giant ahead of $215m IPO

cross grave funeral US alternative asset house Carlyle has reportedly bought $45m of shares in China’s largest cemetery and funeral services provider alongside hedge fund Farallon Investors and China Cinda.

2 December 2013

Moncler IPO over 12 times oversubscribed

moncler Luxury clothing brand Moncler has reportedly secured offers for shares worth more than 12 times the €785m it plans to raise via an IPO.

27 November 2013

Carlyle co-CEO Rubenstein acquires Bay Psalm Book for record $14.2m

psalms Co-CEO of private equity firm Carlyle David Rubenstein has paid $14.2m for The Bay Psalm Book, making it the most expensive printed book ever sold.

27 November 2013

Fashion group Moncler prices IPO at €8.75 to €10.2

moncler Private equity-backed luxury clothing retailer Moncler has priced its IPO at between €8.75 and €10.2 per share, which would value it at up to €2.5bn.

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