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Canadian Orthodontic Partners Receives Growth Investment from Pamlico Capital
April 14, 2021
Strategic growth investment supports Canadian Orthodontic Partners’ continued success.
Pamlico Capital (“Pamlico”) announced that it has completed a growth investment in Canadian Orthodontic Partners (“COP”) alongside current shareholders. Headquartered in Toronto, COP is the largest orthodontics-focused specialty dental support organization (“SDSO”) in Canada and actively serves more than 30,000 patients across over 60 clinics in 8 provinces.
“We are excited to partner with Pamlico as we look to enter our next phase of rapid growth,” said Anthony Milonas, CEO of COP. “We value Pamlico’s commitment to our mission of delivering the highest quality of care centered around outstanding doctors, superior technology, and unsurpassed patient satisfaction. This collaboration with Pamlico gives us the opportunity to accelerate our strategic growth.”
COP is partnering with Pamlico at an exciting time. The company has scaled to over 60 clinics in less than five years, and in doing so, has established a strong reputation across the Canadian market. COP is actively seeking to continue partnering with distinguished orthodontists to further strengthen its position as the preeminent orthodontics platform in Canada.
“We are thrilled to partner with the COP team,” said Brian Chambers, a Partner at Pamlico. “We were impressed by their unique culture and real passion for helping patients achieve the best outcomes, delivered through a great platform that supports high-quality orthodontists.” Raj Parikh, a Vice President at Pamlico, added, “COP has completed over 25 affiliations in the past five years, a testament to its truly differentiated clinical delivery model and its market leadership position. We are excited to build upon this momentum to increase COP’s presence across new and existing geographies.”
COP was advised by Houlihan Lokey (exclusive financial advisor) and Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (legal advisor). Pamlico was advised by McDermott Will & Emery LLP and Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (legal advisors).