Ibrahim Barakat focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions in the health care sector and health care private equity. He has experience working on domestic and international business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, financings, and general corporate and commercial advisory matters. Ibrahim serves as counsel to public and private corporations, private equity funds, physician practices and strategic investors in connection with a wide range of transactional and corporate matters.
Represented Team Health Holdings, Inc., in various acquisitions of anesthesiology and emergency medicine physician practice and management groups
Represented the physician owners of an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) in a sale to a leading provider of comprehensive pain management treatment services
Represented a leading global provider of spa services and operations in its US$175 million acquisition of a personal care company with more than 120 locations specializing in laser hair and tattoo removal, and ultrasound skin lifting
Represented a buyer in its acquisition of the assets of a distributor of medical and surgical supplies and equipment to become one of the largest privately held distributors of medical and surgical supplies and equipment
Represented a major Mexican chemical producer and certain of its affiliates in Mexico, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada in the negotiation and execution of a business purchase agreement to acquire a large plastic compounding business of a specialty chemicals company, for US$300 million
Represented a global development institution in its $225 million purchase of a 5 percent stake in a publicly traded Chilean bank
Represented a global development institution and its related funds in connection with a US$150 million equity investment in an infrastructure development holding company, which will own several companies in Colombia dedicated to logistics and infrastructure for the oil and gas sector
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