H.I.G. Capital strikes $580m deal for Vistria’s St. Croix Hospice, Frontenac sets out to consolidate managed IT services market, Bain Capital hits target for tech fund with nearly $1.1bn, plans to keep raising

Frontenac acquires and merges Domain Computer Services and Tier One Technology Partners and H.I.G. Capital is the winning bidder for St. Croix Hospice.

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Frontenac acquired and merged Domain Computer Services and Tier One Technology Partners, deploying capital from its $325 million Fund XI, writes Karishma Vanjani on PE Hub this morning.

While covid-19 shook the roots of many retail and hospitality businesses, tech-enabled services have been a benefactor of this virtual environment.

“The businesses outsource IT services to [small and mid-sized business] clients with 25 to 150 employees, which is really the last thing a company is going to cut off especially during covid-19,” Joseph Rondinelli, principal at Frontenac said. Read it here on PE Hub.

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H.I.G. Capital won the auction for St. Croix Hospice from Vistria Group, writes Sarah Pringle on PE Hub. Vistria acquired the end-of-life care provider out of its Fund I and II, initially buying its majority stake from Clearview Capital in 2017. Read it here.

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