Dutch file-sharing service WeTransfer has abruptly canceled its IPO in Amsterdam, with its chief executive officer citing turbulent public markets for the decision. WeTransfer had planned to go public this week, seeking a valuation of up to $810 million, before announcing on Thursday the IPO would not go ahead. In a statement, WeTransfer’s CEO blamed “volatile market conditions” for ditching...
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Chinese Investment Giant Hillhouse Capital Seeks to Expand Outside China
Hillhouse Capital Group, the Chinese sprawling investment powerhouse that has drawn comparisons to Tiger Global Management, has a new challenge: growing outside China. The firm is best known for investments in Chinese tech giants such as Tencent, JD.com, Didi Global and TikTok owner ByteDance. But the devastation of China’s private equity and venture capital sectors, caused by...
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