Charterhouse Capital Partners, a London-based private-equity firm, announced it would buy a majority stake in the Tunstall Group, a telehealth company based in Goole, North Humberside in England, that provides remote patient-monitoring and data-delivery services to healthcare providers in 30 countries.
Under the terms of the deal, Charterhouse will pay $1.02 billion U.S. to the London investment firm Bridgepoint, Tunstalls current owner. Bridgepoint will maintain a minority interest in Tunstall. The deal is subject to customary regulatory clearances. -- by Shawn Rhea
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