Private equity deals

July 3, 2012, 6:05 PM UTC

One Equity Partners has agreed to acquire M*Modal Inc. (Nasdaq: MODL), a Franklin, Tenn.–based provider of clinical documentation and speech recognition solutions, for approximately $1.1 billion. The $14 per share deal represents an 8.3% premium to yesterday’s closing price for M*Modal shares. Macquarie Capital is managing the process for M*Modal.

Confie Seguros, a New York-based provider of auto insurance with an emphasis on serving Hispanic consumers, has acquired three new insurance agencies: Bradley Insurance Agency (Las Vegas), A Auto Insurance World (West Palm Beach) and Westside Auto (Ontario, Calif.). No financial terms were disclosed. ConfieSeguros is a portfolio company of Genstar Capital, and now has made 13 acquisitions in 2012.

GenNx360 Capital Partners has acquired Schramm Inc., a West Chester, Penn.-based maker of mobile land-based drilling rigs. No financial terms were disclosed.

GS Capital Partners has acquired Drayer Physical Therapy Institute, a provider of outpatient physical rehabilitation services, from Linden LLC. No financial terms were disclosed.

Roark Capital Group has acquired QualaWash Holdings LLC, a Tampa, Fla.–based provider of environmental services to the bulk transportation industry, from KLH Capital. No financial terms were disclosed. Harris Williams & Co. managed the process.

The Weather Channel has agreed to acquire Weather Underground, an Ann Arbor, Mich.–based provider of Web-based weather data. No financial terms were disclosed. The Weather Channel is owned by NBC Universal, The Blackstone Group and Bain Capital.

Windjammer Capital Investors has acquired Global Claims Services, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based company that helps insurance companies determine fair market replacement value of damaged flooring and exterior building materials, from The Riverside Company. No financial terms were disclosed, although Riverside reported a 2.8x gross cash-on-cash return and a 29% gross IRR on its

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