Goldman Sachs to acquire Capital Vision for $2.7 billiion

Goldman Sachs

America’s investment banking giant, Goldman Sachs Group, has offered to acquire Capital Vision Services LP in an acquisition deal that is yet to be announced.

Reuters News cited  the Wall Street Journal in a report that the acquisition deal could reach a value of $2.7 billion.

Capital Vision manages MyEyeDr. chains of eye care clinics. The company is currently owned by Altas Partners LP and one of the largest Canadian pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.

The duo of Goldman Sachs and Capital Vision have not commented on the matter. The acquisition was said to be announced later today.