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SEA investment activity in 1Q20 falls 65% to US$1.4 bil; 2Q20 activity expected to be slow, says EY

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan7/8/2020 03:09 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
SEA investment activity in 1Q20 falls 65% to US$1.4 bil; 2Q20 activity expected to be slow, says EY
According to the EY Private equity briefing: Southeast Asia (June 2020) report, a total of 141 deals worth US$1.4 billion ($1.95 billion) were announced, representing a 9% and 65% dip y-o-y in the total number of deals and value respectively.
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SINGAPORE (July 8): Private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) investment activity across Southeast Asia reported a slowdown in 1Q20 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the EY Private equity briefing: Southeast Asia (June 2020) report, a total of 141 deals worth US$1.4 billion ($1.95 billion) were announced, representing a 9% and 65% dip y-o-y in the total number of deals and value respectively.

Announced PE and VC-backed exits declined to six deals in 1Q20 from nine in 1Q19.

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