Private equity-backed Envision Healthcare Holdings has filed for an IPO, which is expected to raise up to $100m.
Envision, which owns America’s largest ambulance services company EMSC, is controlled by buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. EMSC has recently changed its name to Envision Healthcare Corp.
The business posted sales of $404.7m last year.
Back in April it was reported that EMSC hired Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Bank of America Merrill Lynch as underwriters for a $750m IPO.
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice bought the company in 2009 in $2.9bn take-private deal, while also taking responsibility for its $300m debt.
Emergency Medical was founded in 2005 when private equity firm Onex bought and merger American Medical Response and EmCare.
US industrial distribution company HD Supply, which is also backed by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, is reportedly seeking to raise $1.33bn through an IPO.
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