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History

History

Japan / Korea

2018 Asahi Tec sold to Topy Industries
Sukesan acquired
2017 FORBES acquired
Community Healthcare Coordination Platform acquired
Gourmet F&B sold to LF
DINAMIX acquired
FNDNET acquired
LTL Pharma acquired
Intelsat Holdings sold to Ant Capital Partners
Asahi Tec sold Aluminum Die-Casting Business to Daido Metal
2016 P2P Systems acquired
Gourmet F&B acquired
Showa Yakuhin Kako sold to GC
Yuko Yuko acquired
Apelgamo/Umoment acquired
Royal Tea Taiwan (HQ of Gongcha Korea) acquired
2015 Minit Asia Pacific sold to Aoyama Trading
Ken Depot acquired
Unison Capital Partners IV closed with 70 billion yen in commitments
Santen Pharmaceutical anti-rheumatism business acquired through AYUMI Pharmaceutical
Dexerials listed on TSE1
Asahi Tec sold iron business to Amtek Auto
Unison Capital PEF closed with 307.5 billion won in commitments
Enoteca sold to Ashi Breweries
2014 Covalent Materials sold to CoorsTek
ARTERIA Networks sold to CVC Capital Partners 
Gongcha Korea acquired
IDERA Capital Management sold to Fosun Group
Unison Capital Korea, Inc. established
2012 Akindo Sushiro sold to Permira
Dexerials acquired
Nexcon Technology acquired
Showa Yakuhin Kako acquired
Asahi Tec acquired
Kracie Holdings (formerly Kanebo) sold to Hoyu(remaining ownership)
2011 Minit Asia Pacific acquired
ENOTECA acquired
2010 MK Capital Management acquired
2009 Cosmos Life acquired
Kracie Holdings (formerly Kanebo) sold to Hoyu(partial ownership)
Unison Capital Partners III closed with 140 billion yen in commitments
Cosmos Life sold to Cosmos Initia
2008 Intelsat Holdings acquired
Unison Capital Management, Pte. Ltd. established
2007 Akindo Sushiro acquired
UC Stand-By Facility closed with 60 billion yen in commitments
UCOM acquired
2006 Covalent Materials (formerly Toshiba Ceramics) acquired
Tohato sold to Yamazaki Baking
Drug Eleven sold to Polaris
Kracie Holdings (formerly Kanebo) acquired
2005 Mine-Mart sold to Japan Asia Holdings
Orient Credit sold to GMO Internet
Cosmos Intia acquried
2004 Unison Capital Partners II closed with 75 billion yen in commitments
Kiriu sold to Sumitomo Corporation
MediaLeaves (formerly ASCII) sold to Kadokawa Holdings
Tacmic SP sold to ARRK
2003 Drug Eleven acquired
Tacmic SP acquired
Tohato acquired
2002 ACSII acquired
2001 Kiriu acquired
2000 Mine-Mart (formerly Daimon) acquired
Orient Credit acquired
1999 Unison Capital Partners I closed with 38 billion yen in commitments
1998 Unison Capital, Inc. established