The Private Equity, Technology M&A, and Public M&A teams advised Thoma Bravo on the completion of its acquisition of NextGen Healthcare, Inc. for $1.8 billion.

Goodwin’s Debt Finance team advised Thoma Bravo in connection with the senior secured credit facility entered into to provide a portion of the financing for the acquisition of NextGen, to refinance existing indebtedness and for general corporate purposes.

Thoma Bravo is one of the largest software investors in the world, with more than $131 billion in assets under management as of June 30, 2023. Through its private equity, growth equity and credit strategies, the firm invests in growth-oriented, innovative companies operating in the software and technology sectors.

NextGen Healthcare, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative healthcare technology solutions.

The Goodwin team was led by David Johanson, Josh Zachariah, James Ding and Mark Joseph, and included Cynthia Li, Daisy Beckner, Elizabeth Song, Alesha Neumann, Tuyet Pham, Christine Tran, Sally Le, Emma Conger, Deb Birnbach, Jordan Benson, Jim Matarese, Folake Ayoola, Dylan Brown, Elizabeth Jordan, Emily Josef, Jesse Douglas, Andrea Akinbola, Andrew Lacy, Elliot Silver, Kevin Walsh, Kelsey Lemaster, Cecily Xi, Andy Barton, Emilie Pfister, James Oh, Albert Solecki, Eric Roth, Alastair Papworth, Phillip Baldwin, Joel Lehrer, Jacob Osborn, Gozde Guckaya, Katie Dee, Jacqueline Klosek, Joshua Fattal, Karl Dragosz, Alex Intile, Jud Welle, Nathan Brodeur, Katrina Solomatina, Nora Sweeney, James Barri, Liza Craig, Alexander Vivona, Jonathan Ishee, Michael Joseph Paluzzi, Rebecca Kennedy, Allison DeLaurentis, Miranda Hooker, Abhishek Krishnan, Ananth Lakshman, Tanya Choudhary and Jean Lee.

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