Ampersand Capital Partners said Monday that Eric Lev has joined as a partner, while Dana Niles was named CFO and Chief Compliance Officer. John Perkins also joined Ampersand as an operating partner. Lev was most recently at Water Street Healthcare Partners where he served on their investment team. Niles previously was CFO of HighPoint Capital. And Perkins was a senior executive at Talecris Biotherapeutics, an Ampersand portfolio company.
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Sarnova, a specialty distributor of health care products in the emergency medical services and acute care markets, has acquired DXE Medical. DXE is the fifth acquisition Sarnova has completed since Water Street Healthcare Partners invested in the company in 2008.
Water Street Healthcare Partners turned would-be investors away and spent less than eight weeks fundraising for its third fund, which closed at $750 million.
Catterton Partners is officially out marketing for their seventh buyout fund while Water Street Healthcare is talking to LPs about their third pool.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals is to acquire OraPharma, an oral health company from Water Street Healthcare Partners, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the health care industry. Total deal value is around $312 million. PRESS RELEASE Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. (NYSE: VRX and TSX: VRX) announced today that Valeant has agreed to acquire OraPharma, a specialty [...]
Water Street Healthcare Partners and Wind Point Partners are exiting their investment in Physiotherapy Associates, selling the company to New York-based private equity firm Court Square Capital Partners. Terms were not released. Water Street and Wind Point Partners partnered to form Physiotherapy Associates in 2007. PRESS RELEASE Water Street Healthcare Partners and Wind Point Partners [...]
AAIPharma Services Corp., a private equity backed provider of pharmaceutical product development services, has acquired Celsis Analytical Service. AAIPharma is backed by Chicago-based Water Street Healthcare Partners. Terms of the deal were not released.
Summit Partners has completed its investment in CareCentrix Inc., a provider of home healthcare benefits management services. The funding is designed to fund continued growth and development of new products. Water Street Healthcare Partners, which bought the company in 2008, will continue to hold a stake going forward. Specific terms of Summit’s investment were not released.