SoftBank Vision Fund and Alibaba have co-led a $1.1bn round for the e-commerce marketplace that also featured Softbank Ventures Korea.
The facial and body recognition software developer is lining up a round that would value it at between $3.5bn and $4bn, with existing backer Alibaba a possible investor.
China-based wealth management and lending platform has raised a large round backed by six corporate venturer and a sovereign investment fund.
SBI, JP Morgan, Macquarie Group, UBS, Goldman Sachs and UOB have all invested in the online wealth manager at a $38bn pre-money valuation.
The parking app developer has lined up SoftBank as lead investor in a round in which it is looking to raise $800m to $1bn, with Mubadala Investment also set to take part.
The ride hailing app is in advanced talks to invest $100m in the round which includes contribution from SoftBank Vision Fund and values the hotel operator at $5bn.
Koch Equity Development will invest $500m in Getty Images following the professional photography platform recently gained independence from Carlyle Group.
SoftBank's Vision Fund provided $1bn for the e-commerce marketplace at a $9bn valuation, three years after a $1bn investment by its parent company.