By Dan Primack
September 24, 2012

Advent International has agreed to acquire Mediq (Amsterdam: MEDIQ) for €775 million, or €13.25 per share (53% premium to Friday’s closing price). Mediq is a Dutch provider of pharmaceuticals, medical devices and related care services.

Advent International has agreed to acquire a 55% stake in Polish supermarket chain EKO Holding Group(Warsaw: EKO) from majority shareholders Krzysztof and Marzena Gradecki. The deal should pave the way for Advent to be successful in its tender offer for EKO, which it has raised by around 14.63% to value the entire company at nearly $72 million. The Gradecki had rejected a lower bid from Mid Europa Partners earlier this year.

Clearlake Capital Group
 has acquired substantially all of the assets of Mformation Technologies Inc., an Edison, N.J.–based provider of mobile device management software. No financial terms were disclosed. Mformation had raised over $20 million in VC funding from Battery Ventures, Carmel Ventures, Cross Creek Capital, Deutsche Bank, Intel Capital, Kingdon Capital Management, North Bridge Venture Partners and QuestMark Partners.

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
 may be facing competition for troubled Japanese chipmaker Renesas, according to local media reports. Innovation Network Corp., a Japanese government-controlled group, is looking to lead a $1.3 billion capital infusion for Renesas, alongside Toyota and Panasonic.

TA Associates
 has acquired SpeedCast Ltd., a Hong Kong–based provider of global network and satellite communications services, from Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co. Ltd. (HK: 1135). No financial terms were disclosed.

Tengram Capital Partners has acquired “a significant stake” in NEST Fragrances, a New York-based maker of luxury home fragrances and personal care products. No financial terms were

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