IRDAI approves 51 per cent stake acquisition in Max Bupa Health Insurance by True North
With the deal getting regulatory approval, Max India will exit the health insurance business.
The all-cash transaction announced in February 2019 valued Max Bupa at an enterprise value of Rs 1,001 crore, Max India said in a statement.Bupa, the existing joint venture partner in Max Bupa, remains committed to the joint venture and will continue to play an active role as before through its Board positions and knowledge exchange initiatives, it said.
True North (formerly known as India Value Fund Advisors - IVFA) was established in 1999 with a focus on investing in and transforming mid-sized profitable businesses into world-class industry leaders.True North has successfully launched six separate investment funds with a combined corpus of over USD 2.8 billion including co-investments. DP DP MR MR
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