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Top 20 Asia & Pacific Deals for December 2015

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $2,000,000,000 Didi Kuaidi Consortium Transactions Investment
2 $1,250,000,000 Ele.me Alibaba Group Holding Transactions Investment
3 $1,000,000,000 Coupang SoftBank Ecommerce Investment
4 $1,000,000,000 Didi Kuaidi Undisclosed Transactions Investment
5 $810,000,000 PrimeAgain Consortium Mobile & Apps Investment
6 $700,000,000 Flipkart Tiger Global Management, Steadview Capital Ecommerce Investment
7 $700,000,000 Yidao Yongche Le TV Transactions Investment
8 $687,000,000 Menulog Group Just Eat Transactions Acquisition
9 $671,000,000 eLong Ctrip Transactions Acquisition
10 $630,000,000 Ele.me Consortium Transactions Investment
11 $600,000,000 Kuaidi Dache Consortium Mobile & Apps Investment
12 $590,000,000 Meizu Alibaba Group Holding Limited Hardware & Infrastructure Investment
13 $534,000,000 iProperty REA Group Transactions Acquisition
14 $500,000,000 Tuniu JD Transactions Investment
15 $500,000,000 Qunar Silver Lake Transactions Investment
16 $500,000,000 Snapdeal Consortium Ecommerce Investment
17 $400,000,000 GrabTaxi China Sovereign-Wealth Fund Transactions Investment
18 $360,000,000 Ticket Monster KKR Consortium Ecommerce Acquisition
19 $350,000,000 Ele.me Tencent, Sequoia Capital Transactions Investment
20 $315,000,000 Ola Consortium Mobile & Apps Investment

More information

  1. Didi Kuaidi, Uber’s Arch Rival In China, Confirms It Raised $2B In Fresh Funding (TechCrunch)
  2. Alibaba to pump US$1.25 billion in Chinese online food delivery service Ele.me (e27)
  3. Coupang Receives $1BN in Funding (FinSMEs)
  4. Didi Kuaidi raises extra $1B to battle Uber in China (Tech In Asia)
  5. Japan’s PrimeAgain raises $810,000 to further develop ephemeral video sharing app (The Bridge)
  6. Flipkart Raises $700M In 10th Funding Round At $15B Valuation (Trak.in)
  7. Uber may have a new rival in China, as Yidao Yongche to raise $700M (VentureBeat)
  8. Just Eat Snaps Up Menulog For $687M To Enter Australia And New Zealand (TechCrunch)
  9. Expedia gives up on China partner, sells off $671M majority stake in eLong (Tech In Asia)
  10. Ele.me Raises US$630M in Series F Funding (FinSMEs)
  11. KuaiDi Dache Raises US$600M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  12. Meizu Receives US$590M Minority Investment from Alibaba (FinSMEs)
  13. iProperty to be sold for $534M in one of largest ever buyouts of Southeast Asian web firm (Tech in Asia)
  14. Chinese travel site Tuniu gets $500M injection, JD now biggest shareholder (Tech In Asia)
  15. Chinese Travel Platform Qunar Raises $500M, Turns Down Ctrip Acquisition Offer (TechCrunch)
  16. Snapdeal Receives $500m Growth Investment (FinSMEs)
  17. GrabTaxi snags US$400 million in funding from China Investment Corp and others (e27)
  18. Groupon Sells 46% Of Korea’s Ticket Monster To KKR Consortium For $360M (TechCrunch)
  19. Food Delivery Service Ele.me Raises $350M From Tencent, Sequoia Capital (TechCrunch)
  20. Ola raises blockbuster $315M funding to stay ahead of Uber in India (Tech In Asia)

Top 20 Asia & Pacific Deals for October 2015

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $2,000,000,000 Didi Kuaidi Consortium Transactions Investment
2 $1,000,000,000 Didi Kuaidi Undisclosed Transactions Investment
3 $1,000,000,000 Coupang SoftBank Ecommerce Investment
4 $700,000,000 Yidao Yongche Le TV Transactions Investment
5 $700,000,000 Flipkart Tiger Global Management, Steadview Capital Ecommerce Investment
6 $687,000,000 Menulog Group Just Eat Transactions Acquisition
7 $671,000,000 eLong Ctrip Transactions Acquisition
8 $630,000,000 Ele.me Consortium Transactions Investment
9 $600,000,000 Kuaidi Dache Consortium Mobile & Apps Investment
10 $590,000,000 Meizu Alibaba Group Holding Limited Hardware & Infrastructure Investment
11 $500,000,000 Snapdeal Consortium Ecommerce Investment
12 $500,000,000 Qunar Silver Lake Transactions Investment
13 $500,000,000 Tuniu JD Transactions Investment
14 $400,000,000 GrabTaxi China Sovereign-Wealth Fund Transactions Investment
15 $360,000,000 Ticket Monster KKR Consortium Ecommerce Acquisition
16 $350,000,000 Ele.me Tencent, Sequoia Capital Transactions Investment
17 $315,000,000 Ola Consortium Mobile & Apps Investment
18 $241,000,000 Baihe Undisclosed Transactions Investment
19 $222,500,000 Ola Consortium Transactions Investment
20 $193,600,000 China Business News Alibaba Media Investment

More information

  1. Didi Kuaidi, Uber’s Arch Rival In China, Confirms It Raised $2B In Fresh Funding (TechCrunch)
  2. Didi Kuaidi raises extra $1B to battle Uber in China (Tech In Asia)
  3. Coupang Receives $1BN in Funding (FinSMEs)
  4. Uber may have a new rival in China, as Yidao Yongche to raise $700M (VentureBeat)
  5. Flipkart Raises $700M In 10th Funding Round At $15B Valuation (Trak.in)
  6. Just Eat Snaps Up Menulog For $687M To Enter Australia And New Zealand (TechCrunch)
  7. Expedia gives up on China partner, sells off $671M majority stake in eLong (Tech In Asia)
  8. Ele.me Raises US$630M in Series F Funding (FinSMEs)
  9. KuaiDi Dache Raises US$600M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  10. Meizu Receives US$590M Minority Investment from Alibaba (FinSMEs)
  11. Snapdeal Receives $500m Growth Investment (FinSMEs)
  12. Chinese Travel Platform Qunar Raises $500M, Turns Down Ctrip Acquisition Offer (TechCrunch)
  13. Chinese travel site Tuniu gets $500M injection, JD now biggest shareholder (Tech In Asia)
  14. GrabTaxi snags US$400 million in funding from China Investment Corp and others (e27)
  15. Groupon Sells 46% Of Korea’s Ticket Monster To KKR Consortium For $360M (TechCrunch)
  16. Food Delivery Service Ele.me Raises $350M From Tencent, Sequoia Capital (TechCrunch)
  17. Ola raises blockbuster $315M funding to stay ahead of Uber in India (Tech In Asia)
  18. Baihe, a Chinese dating site where users flaunt their financial standing, bags $241M (Tech In Asia)
  19. N.Y.C. investors Falcon Edge, Tiger Global back Uber’s main rival in India (New York Business Journal)
  20. China Business News Receives $193.6M Investment from Alibaba (FinSMEs)

Top 20 Transactions Deals for December 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $3,500,000,000 Trulia Zillow Transactions Acquisition
2 $1,650,000,000 Mercury Payment Vantiv Transactions Acquisition
3 $1,200,000,000 Uber Consortium Transactions Investment
4 $1,200,000,000 Uber Consortium Transactions Investment
5 $1,000,000,000 Ebates Rakuten Transactions Acquisition
6 $600,000,000 Uber Baidu Transactions Investment
7 $523,500,000 Jobstreet Seek Transactions Acquisition
8 $475,000,000 Airbnb Consortium Transactions Investment
9 $355,000,000 WeWork Undisclosed Transactions Investment
10 $350,000,000 Delivery Hero Consortium Transactions Investment
11 $260,000,000 Ticket Monster Groupon Transactions Acquisition
12 $250,000,000 SurveyMonkey Undisclosed Transactions Investment
13 $250,000,000 GrabTaxi SoftBank Internet and Media Transactions Investment
14 $250,000,000 Lyft Consortium Transactions Investment
15 $225,000,000 AvantCredit Consortium Transactions Investment
16 $210,000,000 Olacabs SoftBank Transactions Investment
17 $200,000,000 Viator TripAdvisor Transactions Acquisition
18 $200,000,000 LY.com Ctrip Transactions Investment
19 $200,000,000 LegalZoom Permira Transactions Acquisition
20 $195,000,000 China South City Holdings Tencent Transactions Investment

More information

  1. Zillow To Acquire Trulia In $3.5B Stock-For-Stock Deal (TechCrunch)
  2. Vantiv Buys Mercury Payment From Silver Lake for $1.65 Billion (Bloomberg)
  3. Uber Confirms New $1.2B Funding Round At $40B Valuation (TechCrunch)
  4. Uber Closes $1.2BN Financing Round (FinSMEs)
  5. Rakuten Buys Ebates For $1 Billion (TechCrunch)
  6. China’s Baidu Set To Partner With Uber And Reportedly Invest Up To $600M (TechCrunch)
  7. Australia’s Seek to Buy Jobstreet in $524 Million Deal (Wall Street Journal)
  8. Airbnb closes $475 million funding round (Fortune)
  9. WeWork raises $355M at nearly $5B valuation, plans IPO (VentureBeat)
  10. Delivery Hero, Hungry For Growth, Orders Up Another $350M In Funding (TechCrunch)
  11. Groupon’s $260M Acquisition Of Ticket Monster From LivingSocial Has Closed (TechCrunch)
  12. With M&A In Mind, SurveyMonkey Snaps Up $250 Million More In Funding (TechCrunch)
  13. GrabTaxi Receives US$250M Investment from SoftBank Internet and Media (FinSMEs)
  14. Lyft Raises $250 Million Series D To Fight The Car Wars (Forbes.com)
  15. Chicago-based AvantCredit announces $225 million in funding (Chicago Tribune)
  16. Olacabs raises $210 million from Japan’s SoftBank Corp; enters $1b Club (Economic Times)
  17. Travel Site TripAdvisor To Acquire Viator For Approximately $200M (Forbes)
  18. China’s Ctrip invests over $200 million in an online ticketing site (Tech In Asia)
  19. The $425M LegalZoom deal is a win for VCs, but less exciting for the company or LA (PandoDaily)
  20. Tencent Invests $195M In Logistics Firm China South City To Compete With Alibaba (TechCrunch)

Top 20 Asia & Pacific Deals for December 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $1,100,000,000 Xiaomi Consortium Hardware & Infrastructure Investment
2 $1,000,000,000 Flipkart Consortium Ecommerce Investment
3 $804,000,000 ChinaVision Media Group Alibaba Media Acquisition
4 $600,000,000 Flipkart Consortium Ecommerce Investment
5 $575,000,000 Financial Software and Systems Premji Invest Software & Services Investment
6 $523,500,000 Jobstreet Seek Transactions Acquisition
7 $475,000,000 Renesas SP Drivers Synaptics Hardware & Infrastructure Acquisition
8 $350,000,000 Koudai Tencent, Tiger Fund Ecommerce Investment
9 $328,500,000 ISSC Technologies Corporation Microchip Technology Hardware & Infrastructure Acquisition
10 $300,000,000 Coupang Consortium Ecommerce Investment
11 $250,000,000 GrabTaxi SoftBank Internet and Media Transactions Investment
12 $250,000,000 Lazada Consortium Ecommerce Investment
13 $250,000,000 Nimbuzz New Call Telecom Mobile & Apps Acquisition
14 $234,481,802 Campaign Monitor Insight Venture Partners Software & Services Investment
15 $210,000,000 Olacabs SoftBank Transactions Investment
16 $210,000,000 Flipkart Consortium Ecommerce Investment
17 $200,000,000 Midea Xiaomi Hardware & Infrastructure Acquisition
18 $200,000,000 Mogujie Consortium Media Investment
19 $200,000,000 LY.com Ctrip Transactions Investment
20 $195,000,000 China South City Holdings Tencent Transactions Investment

More information

  1. Xiaomi confirms it raised monster $1.1B round and is now valued at $45B (VentureBeat)
  2. India’s Flipkart Raises $1 Billion, Among The Largest In Single Funding Round In Global E-Commerce (Forbes)
  3. Alibaba Pays $804M To Take Majority Stake In TV And Movie Producer ChinaVision (TechCrunch)
  4. Flipkart secures another $600m, taking funding total to nearly $2.5bn (Red Herring)
  5. Financial Software and Systems Secures $57M in Fourth Funding (FinSMEs)
  6. Australia’s Seek to Buy Jobstreet in $524 Million Deal (Wall Street Journal)
  7. Synaptics announces acquisition of Japan’s Renesas SP Drivers (The China Post)
  8. Koudai secures giant $350 million Series C funding round (Red Herring)
  9. Microchip Technology about to acquire Taiwanese tech company for $328.5M (Phoenix Business Journal)
  10. Coupang Raises $300M in Financing (FinSMEs)
  11. GrabTaxi Receives US$250M Investment from SoftBank Internet and Media (FinSMEs)
  12. Lazada, Rocket Internet’s Amazon Clone In Southeast Asia, Raises $250M Led By Temasek (TechCrunch)
  13. Messaging App Nimbuzz Goes To UK’s New Call In $250M Deal (TechCrunch)
  14. Campaign Monitor partners with Insight Venture Partners (Campaign Monitor)
  15. Olacabs raises $210 million from Japan’s SoftBank Corp; enters $1b Club (Economic Times)
  16. Flipkart Raises $210M In New Funding From DST Global And Returning Investors (TechCrunch)
  17. Xiaomi Furthers Its Smart Home Ambition With $200M Investment In Appliance Maker Midea (TechCrunch)
  18. Social Shopping Platform Mogujie Raises $200 million Funding at a Valuation of $1 billion (TechNode)
  19. China’s Ctrip invests over $200 million in an online ticketing site (Tech In Asia)
  20. Tencent Invests $195M In Logistics Firm China South City To Compete With Alibaba (TechCrunch)