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Numotion, Audax Group, LLR Partners, private equity, merger, M&A
Harris Williams wins sell-side mandate Numotion created in 2013 merger of LLR’s United Seating & Mobility, Audax’s ATG Rehab Company makes personalized manual and power wheelchairs, other mobility products Numotion, the complex rehabilitation technology company jointly owned by Audax Group and LLR Partners, is expected to return to the auction block next year, three sources familiar […]
bitcoin, private equity, venture capital, cryptocurrency, Shamoil Shipchandler, SEC, regulation
Shipchandler likens bitcoin to an unregistered security Agency intends to regulate asset class VC, family offices, wealthy investors interested in sector The SEC intends to develop regulatory oversight over cryptocurrencies as the number of coin offerings and volume of capital being raised explode, a member of the agency said. Shamoil Shipchandler, regional director of the SEC’s […]
$2.3 bln deal marks first full exit out of Permira Fund V Permira bought 75 pct stake in Atrium in Nov. 2013 Vitamin maker’s brands include Garden of Life, Pure, Douglas, Seroyal Wobenzym Permira’s sale of a majority stake in Montreal vitamins maker Atrium Innovations is poised to produce an about 4.3x return for the European buyout […]
Summit Partners, Ability Network, healthcare, merger, M&A, private equity
Proposed $113 mln dividend is almost half of 2014 equity investment JPMorgan auction earlier this year failed to produce deal Ability deemed unlikely to return to market in 2018 Despite failing to secure a buyer at its desired $1 billion-plus valuation earlier this year, Summit Partners is poised to recoup a good chunk of its investment […]
Webster Capital won the sponsor-driven auction for Bristol Hospice in a deal valued just north of $70 million, Buyouts has learned. The middle-market PE firm announced the deal on Thursday, confirming an August Buyouts report. The transaction completed a sales process by Edge Healthcare Partners, an Atlanta boutique investment firm. The price tag equates to an 8x […]
Hospice, caregiver, elderly patient,
Webster Capital won the sponsor-driven auction for Bristol Hospice in a deal valued just north of $70 million, Buyouts has learned.
Brad Coppens, One Equity Partners. healthcare, private equity
OEP home-care provider All Metro poised to scale via M&A LHC-Almost Family merger signals renewed confidence in sector Managed care plays greater role in home health Brad Coppens is a managing director at One Equity Partners, where he helps lead the New York middle-market firm’s healthcare efforts. Coppens holds various board memberships, including at OEP-backed […]
Anne Arundel Dermatology, New Mainstream Capital, merger, M&A, private equity
Coker Capital retained as financial adviser New Mainstream invested in AAD in June 2015 Maryland-concentrated derm group benefits from scarcity value New Mainstream Capital is exploring the sale of Anne Arundel Dermatology Management less than three years after investing in what represents one of the last available skin-treatment groups of size, according to three sources. […]
Brad Coppens is a managing director at One Equity Partners, where he helps lead the New York middle-market firm’s healthcare efforts. Coppens holds various board memberships, including at OEP-backed All Metro Health Care, which provides primarily nonmedical home-care services. How has the home health sector evolved in recent weeks? There continues to be meaningful change […]
Excellere Fund, private equity, Robert Martin, David Kessenich
LPs waive key-man provisions triggered in Fund II Fund II, a $465 mln fund, so far has produced 48 pct IRR Co-Founder Robert Martin passed away in September Limited partners in Excellere Partners’ second fund waived a key-man provision that was triggered by the recent death of Co-Founder Robert Martin, co-founder David Kessenich said. Kessenich, who is managing partner, described […]
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