April 24, 2018 11:30 PM ET

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Company Overview of I-MED Holdings Pty Limited

Company Overview

I-MED Holdings Pty Limited, trading as I-MED Network Limited, operates a network of medical imaging clinics in Australia. The company offers scanning and radiology services that include X-ray, PET, CT, MRI, dental scans, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, mammography, and interventional procedures. It also provides teleradiology reporting services to medical facilities. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

Level 5

24 York Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Founded in 2000

Phone:

61 2 8274 1000

Fax:

61 2 8274 1077

Key Executives for I-MED Holdings Pty Limited

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director
General Manager of Operations
General Manager of Human Resources and Organisational Development
Director of Medical Services and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

I-MED Holdings Pty Limited Key Developments

Golden Meditech And Permira Leave Race For I-MED

Golden Meditech Holdings Limited (SEHK:801) and Permira Advisers Ltd. have left the race to acquire I-MED Holdings Pty Limited. Efforts are said to be afoot by advisers Morgan Stanley and Rothschild to piece together a consortium to acquire I-Med from EQT Corporation.

Ontario Teachers Reportedly Brings In UBS To Help In Bidding For I-MED

Street Talk understands Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan - International Investments has drafted in investment bank UBS to help with its $1 billion-plus bid, including lining up debt for the potential acquisition of I-MED Holdings Pty Limited.

Asians Bow Out Of I-Med Sale

Pan-Asian private equity firms may have bowed out of the Morgan Stanley-run sales process for I-MED Holdings Pty Limited, but other global funds are said to remain in hot pursuit of the $1 billion radiology provider, I-MED Holdings Pty Limited. DataRoom understands Britain-based private equity firm Permira Advisers Ltd. has made the shortlist to buy the healthcare group. Also remaining in the competition is Canadian pension fund Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Another shortlisted party is Golden Meditech of Hong Kong. Other Asian suitors are thought to be in the race. Pacific Equity Partners, Carlyle and Affinity all bowed out earlier on.

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Merger/Acquisition
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Merger/Acquisition
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