JWS advises Liverpool Partners on its US$40 million sale of BMX Holdco

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Leading independent law firm Johnson Winter Slattery has advised Liverpool Partners on its US$40 million sale of BMX Holdco to Hong Kong listed Suzhou Basecare Medical.

BMX Holdco is a Singapore based business specialising in IVF incubator and culture media and is the holding company for Biomedx Group in Singapore.

Liverpool Partners is an Australian mid-market private equity investor with a strong focus on the social and community footprint of its portfolio. JWS has advised Liverpool Partners on a number of recent deals including investments in the fertility sector (Genea Fertility and Adora) and technology investments in Simplyai and Seisma. 

The transaction was led by corporate partners James Rozsa and Andrew Turner with assistance from Isabella Bosworth, Rebecca Proudman and Nathan Shapiro, and also IP and technology partners Ravi de Fonseka and Christine Ecob.

James commented, “We are delighted to have assisted Liverpool Partners with this latest transaction. It has been a pleasure working with Liverpool on a number of deals to grow and consolidate their investments in the assisted reproduction space, which of course is an incredibly important area for many people.” 

JWS’ leading private equity team has extensive experience assisting Australian and international private equity firms to achieve their investment goals. The team has deep expertise in both the tech and healthcare sectors.

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