Elite Firms Dominated Fundraising in the First Half of the Year

Private-equity fundraising in 2019 has been a cakewalk for big firms. For everybody else, it is more of a slog.

“There’s more of a demand for capital than there is a supply,” said Fraser Van Rensburg, a managing partner at placement agent Asante Capital Group. “It’s an incredibly crowded market.”

Read the full article on the Wall Street Journal website.

Ricardo Felix is Appointed Partner as Hong Kong Team Grows

We're excited to announce that Asante has recently appointed Ricardo Felix, Head of Asia-Pacific, to Partner.

Asante Capital congratulates its partner on the final closing of Harbert Infrastructure Fund VI (‘HIF VI’)

We are pleased to announce the final closing of Harbert Infrastructure Fund VI ( ‘HIF VI’) on September 30, 2022. HIF VI secured $905 million in fund and related co-investment commitments to invest in HIF VI’s portfolio of North American power and renewable energy opportunities. 

Private-Equity Firms Look to Foreign Cash as U.S. Pension Funds Struggle

One of our Managing Partners, Fraser van Rensburg, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article by Chris Cumming about American private-equity firms collecting more money from abroad.