Private equity deals

September 16, 2013, 7:30 PM UTC

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and New Mountain Capital are considering a joint bid for talent agency IMG, according to Reuters. IMG is expected to be sold off by Forstmann Little & Co., with other private equity firms and entertainment agencies expected to bid.

ACON Investments and The Pritzker Organization have invested an undisclosed amount to help form Sequitur Energy Resources, a new oil and gas platform formed by the former executive management team of Mariner Energy (which ACON sold to Apache Corp. in 2010)

Alkhabeer Capital
, a Saudi Arabia-based private equity firm, has agreed to acquire an undisclosed stake in Anchor Allied Factory LLC, a UAE-based provider of adhesive tapes, silicone sealants and spray paints in the Middle East. No financial terms were disclosed. The seller is Masharie LLC, an investments subsidiary of Dubai Investments

Altor Private Equity
 has agreed to acquire Curato AS, a Norway-based provider of medical imaging services, from CapMan. No financial terms were disclosed. Curato reports €53 million in 2012 revenue, and employs around 220 people.

Brynwood Partners has acquired Lightlife, a maker of vegetarian-based burgers, hotdogs and other meatless frozen and refrigerated items, from ConAgra Foods (NYSE: CAG). No financial terms were disclosed. Lightlife will be based in Boston, while its manufacturing facilities will remain in Turners Falls, Mass.

Golden Equity Investments
 has acquired Innovative Medical Device Solutions, a Fort Worth, Texas–based contract manufacturer of medical implants and instruments for the orthopedic market, from Arsenal Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed.

Justrite Manufacturing Co
., a portfolio company of Baird Capital, has acquired U.S. Chemical Storage LLC, a Boone, N.C.–based maker of hazardous material outdoor storage buildings. No financial terms were disclosed.

Sun Capital Partners has acquired Gem Shopping Network, a Duluth, Ga.-based seller of colored gemstones and jewelry, primarily via its live TV network. No financial terms were

TPG Growth has invested $22.9 million into Indian medical consumables maker Sutures India Pvt Ltd., for an undisclosed stake.

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