Posts tagged: Acadia Healthcare
Another day, another confirmation for little old Betaville.
This time Debbie Osteen, the new (ish) chief executive of American firm Acadia Healthcare, confirmed last night on the record that the company has formally begun a "strategic review" of The Priory Group, the rehab centre well-known for treating British celebs, such as Kate Moss.
Below is a link to the Nashville Business Journal, which captured the on-the-record quotes from Osteen:..
Acadia Healthcare, the US-listed behavioural health and addiction services company, is said to be in the early stages of weighing a sale of the The Priory Group, the British mental health care firm.
A person familiar with the situation said Acadia Healthcare has now appointed a financial adviser to weigh a sale of the The Priory although this person declined to identify the firm mandated to carry out the strategic review...
On the cusp of the New Year Betaville thought looking backwards might be useful excercise to figure out what 2019 holds, especially for those bankers, lawyers and investors looking to get involved in dealmaking next year.
One thing that struck Betaville was the amount of attempted leveraged buy-outs of public companies, in particular UK-listed businesses, that failed to make it over the finishing line...
There hasn't been much of a market reaction to Dealreporter's latest twist on the Acadia Healthcare buy-out.
The news/intelligence agency, which a long time ago Betaville worked for prior to my days at The Daily Telegraph, claimed over the weekend that KKR is still in talks with Acadia Healthcare despite reports to the contrary...
Josh Kosman over at the New York Post landed a great scoop on the Acadia Healthcare / KKR tale I broke a few weeks ago. It's well worth a read if you are following the situation, so I have pasted the link below:
Betaville notes Reuters just published an "exclusive" about Acadia Healthcare weighing a sale after receiving expressions of interest from private equity firms, such as KKR and TPG Capital. Below is a link:..
The mystery buyer circling Acadia Healthcare, the US listed rehab treatment group, is said to be American private equity giant KKR.
Sources claiming to be familiar with the matter said KKR may have already approached Acadia Healthcare about a takeover deal.
These sources claiming to be familiar with the matter said KKR is being advised by Goldman Sachs and could be willing to pay up to $48 a share...