Asian Capital Partners Group (ACP) is an independent investment banking firm, headquartered in Hong Kong and operating regionally in Asia since 1990

ACP advises corporate and institutional clients, principally in Asia, on mergers & acquisitions in regional and global markets and arranges complex debt and equity financings 

ACP’s transaction record includes some of the largest executed in Asia, such as Bharti Airtel’s US$10.7 billion acquisition of Zain Telecom’s operations in 15 African countries and Nations Petroleum’s $1.9 billion sale of the Karazhanbas field in Kazakhstan to CITIC Group 


ACP has been a pioneer in fintech, serving as founding institutional shareholder of Debtdomain: Asia's first fintech start-up and one of the region's first SaaS companies, growing to become the dominant provider of online platforms to the syndicated loan community in Europe and Asia, its cloud-based services used by over 150 international banks. Debtdomain was acquired by Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts in 2013