Private investment firm acquires Assisted Living Concepts for $287 million

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Investment firm TPG will acquire Assisted Living Concepts for $287 million, the companies announced Tuesday. ALC operates 210 facilities in 20 states.

Wisconsin-based ALC has been led by high-profile CEO Charles “Chip” Roadman, M.D., since May, following the dismissal of Laurie Bebo. Roadman, a retired lieutenant general in the U.S. Air Force and former president and CEO of the American Health Care Association, took charge with the company under fire from regulators. He was at the helm when the company concluded a $100 million deal with Ventas Realty to purchase 12 troubled ALC-operated residences.

In November, ALC posted a quarterly loss of $4 million, with revenue and occupancy both down on a year-over-year basis. The company sustained losses of $23.5 million over the first three quarters of 2012.

A majority of Class A stockholders must approve the deal before the acquisition is closed. These stockholders would receive $12.00 in cash for each share under the terms of the deal.

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