Jon Krieger, former Berkery Noyes banker, launches healthcare-focused Calex Partners

The new M&A advisory firm will specialize in the autism, behavioral and retail healthcare subsectors.

Jon Krieger has launched a new healthcare services-focused M&A advisory firm after about a decade at Berkery Noyes, the banker told PE Hub

The newly formed New York-based firm is called Calex Partners and specializes exclusively in the autism, behavioral and retail healthcare subsectors. Calex will advise private and sponsor-backed market leaders in those segments. 

Krieger plans to leverage his expertise established at Berkery, where he advised on $2 billion in combined transaction value in the autism vertical of the broader behavioral healthcare industry. 

The banker’s notable mandates have included Center for Autism and Related Disorders on its sale to Blackstone; ACES on its sale to General Atlantic; Invo on its sale to Golden Gate; Proud Moments on its sale to Audax Private Equity; LEARN on its sale to Gryphon Investors; and Autism Learning Partners on its sale to FFL Partners. 

Calex has already hit the ground running with four active sell-side assignments, Krieger told PE Hub

Action Item: Reach Krieger at jkrieger@calexpartners.com