Radiant to merge with Max Healthcare; KKR to own majority stake

印度第五大医院落地, PE 巨头KKR豪赌 Radiant 、 Max Healthcare 宣布合并

2018-12-25 13:45:31 VCCircle

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Private equity giant KKR that has previously backed promoters of Apollo Hospitals and diagnostics chain metropolis is making its biggest bet in the healthcare services space. KKR will own majority stake in Max Healthcare after merging its portfolio firm Radiant Life Care, as per a stock exchange announcement today. In a multi-tiered deal Max Healthcare, which is 49.75% owned by KKR-backed Radiant’s healthcare assets will be merged with Max Healthcare. Max Healthcare will then be reverse merged with Max India, to create a hospital firm with equity valuation of around Rs 7,242 crore ($1 billion) and will be among the largest hospital chains in the country with combined beds of 3,200 beds across 16 hospitals. It would be among the five public listed healthcare services firm with valuation of $1 billion or more besides Apollo Hospitals, Dr Lal Pathlabs, Aster DM Healthcare and Fortis Healthcare.
私募股权巨头 KKR 曾支持阿波罗医院和诊断连锁大城市的发起人,该公司正在医疗服务领域进行最大的赌注。根据今天证券交易所的一份公告, KKR 将拥有 Max Healthcare 的多数股权,此前该公司合并了旗下投资组合公司 Radian Life Care 。 在一项多层次的交易中,由 KKR 支持的 Radiant 医疗资产持有49.75%股份的 Max Healthcare, 将与 Max Healthcare 合并。 Max Healthcare 随后将与 Max India 进行反向合并,创建一家估值约7242亿卢比(10亿美元)的医院公司,并将成为印度最大的医院连锁之一,拥有16家医院的3200张病床。 除了阿波罗医院( Apollo Hospitals )、 Lal Pathlabs 博士、 Aster DM Healthcare 和富通医疗( Fortis Healthcare )之外,该公司还将跻身五大上市医疗服务公司之列,估值超过10亿美元。

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