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Headland Capital Wins Operational Excellence Award for Second Consecutive Year

Headland announced as the winner for Asia, Large Cap of Private Equity International’s 2013 Operational Excellence Awards.

Oct 19 2013, 8:28am CDT | by PR.com

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., October 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Headland Capital Partners Limited (“Headland”) has announced that it was named by a panel of judges as the winner of Private Equity International’s 2013 Operational Excellence Award for Asia Large Cap for its work with Bosideng International in China. Judges noted that Headland “hit multiple improvement levers” and had a “very comprehensive approach to improving total performance of the business.” The harmonious relationship between Shen (William Shen, Senior Partner, Head of Greater China) and the chairman (of Bosideng) was also cited. Last year, Headland’s work with Yonghui Superstores was similarly recognized. The link below is the latest posting for one page articles of the 2013 and 2012 awards.

http://headlandcp.com/index.php?user/press_release

About Headland Capital Partners

Headland Capital Partners Limited, formerly, HSBC Private Equity (Asia) Limited, has been advising private equity and venture capital funds since 1989. Headland endeavours to be a trusted and commercially-minded investment partner for entrepreneurial management teams in Asia and strives to assist these teams to build upon or achieve industry leadership positions for their businesses. The firm believes such partnerships support these companies and their management teams to attain sustainable financial success while delivering attractive returns for its advised funds.

During its history, Headland has advised six regional private equity funds, with aggregate capital of approximately US$2.9 billion. Current active funds, with committed capital of approximately US$2.0 billion, include: The Headland Private Equity Fund 6 L.P. and The Headland Private Equity Fund 3 Limited. Funds advised by Headland have invested in more than 100 companies located primarily in Greater China, South Korea and Southeast Asia.

Contact Information:
Headland Capital Partners Limited
Douglas Ng
+852 37988388
Contact via Email
www.headlandcp.com

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