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LGC Group, KKR, life science tools, Cinven, Astorg
The deal assigns LGC a value of approximately 3 billion pounds ($3.9 billion)
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren
Some dealmakers are worried about “Medicare for All” legislation proposed by presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Advent International, John Maldonado, Tom Allen
Managing partner John Maldonado shares his insight into the firm's healthcare investment strategy.
Premier Home Health Care Services, JP Morgan, private equity, merger, M&A
Company expected to miss 2017 financial projections Medicaid-dependent provider has NY concentration Home health on the block: Oak Hill’s AccentCare, Palladium’s Jordan Health The sales process for Premier Home Health Care Services has been withdrawn amid expectations that the home-health company was poised to miss its 2017 earnings projections, four sources said. Premier, which provides […]
Linden Capital Partners, Young Innovations, Jordan Co., dental, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
Young commanded EV just south of $800mln Dental-supply company sees >$60mln adj. 2017 EBITDA Chicago healthcare firm fundraising for Fund IV; $1.25 bln target Chicago PE shop Linden Capital Partners stands to make more than 3.6x its investment in Young Innovations, according to two sources familiar with the situation. Jordan Co, with offices in New […]
KKR. TPG, Veritas Capital, private equity, healthcare, mergers, M&A
Olympus buys Vaco after participating in Addison Group process Need for contract-labor for specialized roles grows Sell-side adviser: William Blair Olympus Partners’ acquisition of Vaco further validates the market for temporary staffing focused on harder-to-find skills like accounting and healthcare IT. The Stamford, Connecticut, sponsor is buying its majority stake in Vaco from Quad-C Management. Quad-C is […]
Excellere Partners, David Kessenich, Robert A. Martin, private equity
Robert Martin co-founded Excellere in 2006 Denver firm spun out from KRG Third fund closed in 2015 Excellere Partners Co-Managing Partner David Kessenich is now the firm’s principal owner following the recent death of the Denver PE shop’s other co-founder, Robert A. Martin, a recent SEC filing shows. Martin, who co-founded the KRG Capital Partners spinout […]
Excellere Partners, David Kessenich, Robert A. Martin, private equity
Robert Martin co-founded Excellere in 2006 Denver firm spun out from KRG Third fund closed in 2015 Excellere Partners Co-Managing Partner David Kessenich is now the firm’s principal owner following the recent death of the Denver PE shop’s other co-founder, Robert A. Martin, a recent SEC filing shows. Martin, who co-founded the KRG Capital Partners spinout […]
Excellere Partners, David Kessenich, Robert A. Martin, private equity
Robert Martin co-founded Excellere in 2006 Denver firm spun out from KRG Third fund closed in 2015 Excellere Partners Co-Managing Partner David Kessenich is now the firm’s principal owner following the recent death of the Denver PE shop’s other co-founder, Robert A. Martin, a recent SEC filing shows. Martin, who co-founded the KRG Capital Partners spinout […]
Excellere Partners, David Kessenich, Robert A. Martin, private equity
Robert Martin co-founded Excellere in 2006 Denver firm spun out from KRG Third fund closed in 2015 Excellere Partners Co-Managing Partner David Kessenich is now the firm’s principal owner following the recent death of the Denver PE shop’s other co-founder, Robert A. Martin, a recent SEC filing shows. Martin, who co-founded the KRG Capital Partners spinout […]
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