Chindata Group Holdings announced Friday that it is set to go private after the company’s board agreed to a sweetened $3.16 billion from Bain Capital, ending a bidding war between the US private equity titan and state-backed China Merchants Capital.
Chindata Group Holdings on Thursday acknowledged the receipt of two rival privatisation proposals from Bain Capital and state-backed China Merchants Capital, with Bain having reiterated that it doesn’t plan to sell any of its shares in the Beijing-based data centre… Read More>>
A little over a month after hearing a takeover offer from Bain Capital, Chindata Group Holdings has received a rival proposal from state-backed China Merchants Capital representing a 15 percent premium to Bain’s privatisation bid.
CMC is making a non-binding… Read More>>
Chindata Group Holdings has received a takeover offer from chief backer Bain Capital that values the Beijing-based data centre operator at around $2.9 billion.
US private equity major Bain, which holds 42.17 percent of the total issued and outstanding share… Read More>>
Singapore-based Bridge Data Centres has acquired a 450KW server facility in Thailand, the company said, signalling its continued expansion in the ASEAN region.
The subsidiary of Bain Capital-backed Chindata will buy the centre in Samut Prakan, south of Bangkok, from… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, debt-stricken China Evergrande faces a winding-up petition in the Hong Kong high court, the Cheng family behind New World Development launches a buyout bid for fashion retailer Giordano, and Swedish clothier H&M closes… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chindata reportedly draws takeover interest from other data centre firms, a Singapore bank sues Chinese developer Shimao for delinquent debts, and failed conglomerate HNA announces the end of its restructuring work.
One of China’s largest developers has started out March with some management upgrades as Longfor Group announces a new vice chair and chief executive. Also introducing new leadership is NASDAQ-listed data centre operator Chindata, and the Malaysian unit of developer… Read More>>
Chindata Group has shed some light on the fate of recently departed CEO Alex Ju, who will assume a new non-executive role as he prepares to exit the Beijing-based data centre provider he founded more than six years ago.
As… Read More>>
The world’s hottest real estate asset class has scorched institutional investors including Bain Capital, BlackRock and CPPIB as Chindata Group announced late Friday the departure of founder and chief executive Alex Ju Jing, with the Asian data centre platform’s stock… Read More>>