McGuireWoods advised private equity firm Revelstoke Capital Partners on its growth investment in DataLink Fund Solutions, a leading provider of integrated health management applications. This is the second significant investment deal the firm has handled for Revelstoke in the past three months.
Lawyers from multiple McGuireWoods practices, including M&A, private equity, tax, technology and real estate assisted Revelstoke in closing the transaction. The firm also advised Revelstoke in its recently announced investment in CEI Vision Partners, an ophthalmology management services organization formed by Revelstoke in partnership with Cincinnati Eye Institute, one of the nation’s largest independent ophthalmology practices.
“We were proud to represent Revelstoke in closing these important transactions,” said partner Thomas Zahn, who led both deals. “This was another example of cross-practice collaboration by exceptional lawyers to help a valued client achieve its business objectives.”
In addition to Zahn, the McGuireWoods deal team included associates Benjamin Hantz, Christopher Salera, Susan Barrett, Cindy Lu and Sarah Molinero. Partners Gerald Thomas and Steve Gold; senior counsel Greg Hawver; counsel Robert Callaway, Dawn Cutlan Stetter and Lorna Tang; and associates Richard Lockridge, Chen Ni, Nicholas Heuer, Robert Wynne and Emily Winbigler also advised on various aspects of the deal.
Revelstoke focuses on building industry-leading companies in the healthcare and related business services sectors. Since its inception in 2013, it has raised approximately $1.2 billion of equity and completed 46 acquisitions, including 13 platform companies and 33 add-on acquisitions.
Mergers & Acquisitions magazine named McGuireWoods “Law Firm of the Year” in its Mid-Market M&A Awards, honoring the firm for the growth of its deal work and for innovative, client-focused private equity initiatives. McGuireWoods ranked among the top five firms for U.S. M&A deals in the first half of 2018 in authoritative league tables published by Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg.