Signal AI, an AI-powered business intelligence and media monitoring company, closed its $25m Series C funding.
Hong Kong based Varcis Capital has launched an Asia-focused Sports Technology Investment and Advisory House.
Insilico Medicine, a Hong Kong-based developer of next-generation artificial intelligence technology for drug discovery, completed a $37m Series B funding round.
HGC Global Communications Limited, a Hong Kong and international fixed-line telecom operator and ICT solution provider, operating 22 overseas offices with business across 5 continents, acquired Macroview Telecom Limited, a Hong Kong-based digital technology solution and managed services provider.
Troy Network, a Hong Kong-based decentralized protocol for global trading and settlement, raised a multi-million dollar funding round.
Nosh, a Hong Kong-based cloud kitchen operator and delivery-only food brand creator, raised $1.7M in Pre Series A funding.
Liquefy, a Hong Kong-based blockchain agnostic issuance platform for security tokens, raised $2.6m in funding.
Warburg Pincus, the global private equity firm focused on growth investing, closed Warburg Pincus China-Southeast Asia II, L.P., at $4.25 billion.
Allied Wallet, a London, United Kingdom-based fintech company offering payment solutions in 196 countries, acquired Epayment, a Hong Kong based financial technology company.
TheMathCompany, a global data science firm, funding from Arihant Patni, raised a Series A round funding from the Patni Computers Family Office.
Ryan Kavanaugh’s Proxicoin, a security token allowing investors to invest in studio quality film and television slates, received USD $100M investment from The Central Wealth Investment Fund of Hong Kong and Step Ventures.
Aeneas Capital and Pyrinas Real Estate Management, based in Hong Kong, are launching a US$120m innovative closed-ended property fund.
OneDegree, a Hong Kong-based insurance technology startup, raised its Series A2 funding round.
Klook, a Hong Kong-based travel activities and services booking platform, raised US$225M in Series D+ funding.
CoinNess, an Asian blockchain information platform, closed its Series A funding round calculated in millions of dollars.