Allion Healthcare to be Bought by HIG

Marino, Jonathan
October 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;10/26/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 43, p17
The article reports on the agreement of private equity firm HIG Capital to acquire Allion Healthcare Inc., a provider of specialty pharmacy and disease management services for ailments including AIDS. The deal is valued at about 278 million dollars, with HIG paying 6.60 dollars per share of Allion in an all-cash transaction. Allion's financial advisor in the transaction was Raymond James and its legal counsel was Alston & Bird. Meanwhile, Kirkland Ellis acted as HIG's legal counsel in the deal.


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