Investment

WSJ | Ex-Wives and Kids’ Schools: Digging for Dirt on Chinese Stocks Gets Personal

WSJ | Ex-Wives and Kids’ Schools: Digging for Dirt on Chinese Stocks Gets Personal 1200 675 Blackpeak

Sean Chen of our Hong Kong office shared an interesting war story from a past due diligence project in China with The Wall Street Journal

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Investing in Myanmar: Southeast Asia’s Last Frontier

Investing in Myanmar: Southeast Asia’s Last Frontier 2508 1672 Blackpeak

Myanmar’s robust economic growth and untapped potential have led many investors to name the country as “Southeast Asia’s last frontier”. Blackpeak shares its views on top foreign direct investment (FDI) sectors, key investors and investment risks and challenges in Myanmar.

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Nikkei Asian Review | Japan’s Casino Market Offers Perils as Well as Promise

Nikkei Asian Review | Japan’s Casino Market Offers Perils as Well as Promise 1200 675 Blackpeak

The Head of Blackpeak Tokyo office, David Suzuki shares his view on the casino market in Japan for Nikkei Asian Review. Japanese supporters of casino gambling legalization originally hoped to…

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NYT | Singapore, a Rising Home for Quiet Money, Comes Under Pressure

NYT | Singapore, a Rising Home for Quiet Money, Comes Under Pressure 1200 675 Blackpeak

Chris Leahy quoted in an article from the New York Times on Singapore becoming “the new Switzerland” for billionaires.

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AVCJ | Behind the Curve

AVCJ | Behind the Curve 1201 675 Blackpeak

Chris Leahy, Blackpeak co-founder, quoted in an article from the Asian Venture Capital Journal (AVCJ) talking about how private equity firms source reliable industry data to support their investment thesis.…

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Investing In The Philippines: Is The Road Still Bumpy?

Investing In The Philippines: Is The Road Still Bumpy? 1200 675 Blackpeak

It has been nine months since Duterte became president of the Philippines. A shift towards a martial law seems entirely plausible. What can investors expect in the coming months?

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Indian Family Businesses: Risks for Investors

Indian Family Businesses: Risks for Investors 1200 675 Blackpeak

India’s rapid economic progress is in large part due to the dominance of successful family-run conglomerates. While these companies have become some of India’s most successful, several have been tainted by corporate governance scandals…

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WSJ | Investors Gun-Shy as China Pulls Trigger on Shenzhen Stock Link

WSJ | Investors Gun-Shy as China Pulls Trigger on Shenzhen Stock Link 1200 675 Blackpeak

Blackpeak Director of Strategy, Sean Chen, quoted in the Wall Street Journal to comment on DD requirements for Shenzhen investments As China gives global investors greater access to the southern boomtown…

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Investing In The Philippines: A Bumpy Road Ahead?

Investing In The Philippines: A Bumpy Road Ahead? 1200 675 Blackpeak

Post the Philippines’ elections, Blackpeak shares its views on the incoming Duterte regime and how it may affect investment risks in the Philippines.

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Deal Street Asia | Growing Opportunities in Asia Come with Challenges in Due Diligence

Deal Street Asia | Growing Opportunities in Asia Come with Challenges in Due Diligence 1200 675 Blackpeak

Experts discussed the evolving challenges for PE firms operating in Southeast Asia during a panel discussion at the SCVA SEA Private Equity Conference last April in Singapore. This includes more…

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