PE deals in healthcare space getting secondary boost

15 May, 2012

Private equity deal-making in the healthcare space has received a booster dose in 2012, with 15 deals worth $455 million taking place till date. Interestingly, over a quarter of these deals have a secondary component, which involves one investor buying the shares held by another. These transactions are helping the healthcare firms raise additional funding and also providing exit opportunities to early investors. 


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