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Lee Equity Partners acquired and merges two urological-care providers and Royalty Pharma has the largest IPO of this year so far.
Goldman Sachs makes a key promotion and Lee Equity acquires two urology care providers.
Citing COVID-19, PE-backed gym chain 24 Hour Fitness files for bankruptcy and GreyLion Capital completed its spinout from Perella Weinberg Partners.
Be it in Ed-Tech or cybersecurity, tech investors should seek avenues to capitalize on the economy’s structural changes, according to UBS.
New and emerging managers hit their stride in the downturn.
GPs explore strategies to break deals in the pandemic downturn and Spectrum Equity invests in CINC Systems.
Sponsors are keeping tabs on Advent International and Forescout Technologies, who are set to meet in court in mid-July in what will be the first MAE case litigated during covid-19.
The dramatic rise in telehealth has created many PE investment opportunities, but many of these changes won’t survive the pandemic.
Sycamore Partners is in talks to buy retailer J.C. Penney, reported Reuters.
Canadian apparel retailer Comark Holdings, which is owned by Stern Partners, plans to restructure under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.

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