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Nishith Desai’s animal healthcare player SeQuent bought by AZB’s Carlyle for $209m

The US based private equity firm The Carlyle Group has agreed to acquire 74% stake in SeQuent Scientific Limited, the largest pure-play animal healthcare company in India, for $210 million (Rs.1587 crore), company said on Friday. Carlyle will buy shares at a price of Rs.86 apiece.

The Economic Times

Nishith Desai Associates advised SeQuent and the promoters of Sequent, including Arun Kumar and family with M&A co-head and leader Simone Reis, leader Shreyas Bhushan and senior lawyer Amudavalli Kannan.

AZB & Partners advised The Carlyle Group led by a team of partners Zia Mody, Darshika Kothari and Sayak Maity, senior associates Sneha Nagvekar and Pankhuri Govil.

White & Case also acted for Carlyle.


Deal value: $210m (Rs 1,580 crore)

This deal report is based on a firm's press release and may be only partially complete. Some firms or names of advisers may be therefore be missing.

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