Private equity deals

June 12, 2012, 4:38 PM UTC

Centre Partners has acquired Taylor Precision Products Inc., an Oak Brook, Ill.-based provider of consumer and foodservice precision measurement products, from Homedics Inc. No financial terms were disclosed.

The Carlyle Group, Unitas Capital are among those who reached the second round of bidding for Infastech, a Singapore-based industrial fastener maker, according to Bloomberg. A number of strategics also are involved. The company is being sold by CVC Capital Partners and Standard Chartered Private Equity, with Bank of America and Goldman Sachs managing the process.

Ridgemont Equity Partners has acquired a majority stake in Hometown Urgent Care, a Columbus, Ohio-based operator of 25 walk-in clinics for non-emergency illnesses and injuries. No financial terms were disclosed.

Monomoy Capital Partners has acquired High Performance Industries Inc. (a.k.a. Holley), a Bowling Green, Ky.–based maker of automotive aftermarket products. No pricing terms were disclosed. Wells Fargo and LBC Credit Partners provided leveraged financing.

OMERS Private Equity has agreed to acquire Lifeways, a British provider of supported living services for adults with learning disabilities, from August Equity. No financial terms were disclosed.

Sagard Capital Partners has agreed to acquire Integramed America (Nasdaq: INMD), an operator of fertility and vein care facilities. The deal is valued at $169.5 million, or $11.34 per share (24% premium to last Friday’s closing price).

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