Top 10 Private Equity Investors in Elderly and Disability Care Sector

Private investment firms have injected capital into the elderly and disabled care sector in recent years, as the US population 65 and older grows rapidly.

This age bracket added more than 14.4 million people from 2009 to 2019, a 36% increase, bringing the total population of Americans 65 and older to 54.1 million, according to a department report. of Health and Social Services.

Over the past five years, the industry’s top 10 private equity firms closed 140 deals, according to data from PitchBook.

Aged and disabled care industries include retirement homes, assisted living communities, and other related services.

Since 2017, Chicago-based Vistria Group has closed the most deals for senior and disability care companies, completing 24 deals for a median of $1.4 billion. Audax Group and Webster Private Equity tied for second with 15 deals each.

There have been 36 takeovers in the sector by private equity firms this year, the largest being a $190 million takeover for Kindful Hospice by Trive Capital and Choice Health at Home, a home healthcare provider backed by Coltala Holdings.

The two largest companies on our list by total assets under management — HIG Capital at $49 billion and Centerbridge Partners at $33 billion — have closed 11 and 13 deals in the space, respectively, since 2017.

Here are the most active investors by number of trades since the start of 2017.

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