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Buy them young, build them strong: TPG’s AHH has a magic pill to turn around healthcare businesses

Unlike PE funds that invest in established companies, Asia Healthcare Holdings buys stakes in nascent healthcare companies. With the character of a holding company and the aggression of a growth-hungry PE fund, AHH probably has the answer to the PE industry’s age-old debate over ‘buy vs. build’.
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Vishal Bali, executive chairman, AHH BCCL
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Asia Healthcare Holdings (AHH), the healthcare platform incubated by the USD104 billion private-equity (PE) fund TPG, has a prescription to transform how healthcare businesses are owned and operated. With single-speciality hospitals such as the Motherhood chain of maternity homes and Cancer Treatment Services International (CTSI) already under its fold, earlier this month AHH acquired Nova IVI Fertility, a leading
with a huge unorganised healthcare market, where more than 70% of healthcare expenditure is out of pocket, AHH is bringing in a slow paradigm shift in the way businesses are run. With the aggression of a PE fund and the indulgence of a parent company, it can go where few others before it have. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)
Asia Healthcare Holdings (AHH), the healthcare platform incubated by the USD104 billion private-equity (PE) fund TPG, has a prescription to transform how healthcare businesses are owned and operated. With single-speciality hospitals such as the Motherhood chain of maternity homes and Cancer Treatment Services International (CTSI) already under its fold, earlier this month AHH acquired Nova IVI Fertility, a leading with a huge unorganised healthcare market, where more than 70% of healthcare expenditure is out of pocket, AHH is bringing in a slow paradigm shift in the way businesses are run. With the aggression of a PE fund and the indulgence of a parent company, it can go where few others before it have. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)

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