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. Ricardo has been with Asante for eight years, building strategic focus and developing significant connections with investors throughout Asia. Ricardo has extensive experience working in private markets at top financial services institutions, including HSBC and J.P. Morgan, and since then has expanded on this through his experience leading private equity fundraisings at Asante.

“Given the challenging fundraising market, Asante is strategically investing in our business to help our clients identify new sources of capital,” said Warren Hibbert, Managing Partner at Asante. “In addition to strengthening our team, we are enhancing our global marketing and communications efforts, building our technological capabilities, and expanding our data analytics to drive further efficiencies and optimise outcomes.”

We are also delighted to share that Steven Chan has been appointed as a Director to further support Ricardo and the entire Hong Kong team. Asante has undertaken a series of strategic growth initiatives that will enhance the firm’s ability to connect Asia-based GPs with allocators from across the globe and strengthen our ability to penetrate Asian pools of capital.

Read more about the growth of our Hong Kong office in Business Wire here.

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.