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The two private equity groups will own a combined 51% stake in the healthcare technology company, according to sources.
WindRose acquired its stake in Caregiver from DW Healthcare Partners and Council Capital, which will both retain ownership stakes in the business. 
Sani-Tech West's founders, including majority owner Richard Shor, will stay with the company and continue to remain key leaders of the combined business. 
WindRose Health Investors LLC has recapitalized Caregiver Inc, a provider of long-term care services and supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
German biotech CureVac, which is developing a coronavirus vaccine, has filed for a U.S. IPO, reported Reuters.
Thompson Street built Analytical Lab Group through a series of acquisitions and growth initiatives, starting with the acquisition of Microbiology Research Associates in 2015. 
PwC expects to see an increase in investing across TMT in the coming months as sponsors express more interest in innovation and scalable technology.
Burgess has long been a target of private equity and strategic buyers, but those opportunities never propelled the entrepreneurial-run payment integrity company to bite.
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Artemis Capital’s Biodot, a testing solution company, pivots operations to handle the crisis.
TPG, Leonard Green, Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, Clearlake and Apax have all recently participated in this trend.

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