Endo International plc and Par Pharmaceutical Holdings, Inc. announced that they have reached a final agreement under which Endo will buy TPG Capital`s private company as part of an $8.05 billion deal. Todd Sisitsky, Managing Partner of TPG Capital North America, commented: « It was a pleasure to invest in such a great company and support Par`s exceptional management team as they grew and diversified their businesses. As part of Endo, Par will be well positioned to drive future growth, and we look forward to continuing to participate in the next chapter of the company`s success. TPG remained active in Asia in 2008. On August 4, TPG and Global Infrastructure Partners offered to buy Asciano Limited for AUD 2.9 billion, in an unsuccessful attempt to complete an unsolicited acquisition. On October 31, 2008, TPG completed the acquisition of a 35% interest in P.T. Bumi Resources from its former owner, Bakrie-Brothers, Indonesia, for $1.3 billion. [Citation required] In 2018, Manipal Hospitals and TPG Capital Fortis Healthcare acquired 3900 Rs   The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of Endo and Par and is supported by the management teams of both companies. There is no need for further approval of shareholders. The purchase price will consist of approximately 18 million shares ($1.55 billion in value based on Endo`s weighted 10-day average share price through May 15, 2015) of endo equity and $6.50 billion to shareholders per.
In 2017, Bonderman stepped down from Uber`s board « after making a sexist comment in response to Arianna Huffington at an Uber meeting. »  In July 2017, Ajay Kanwal and Naveen Chopra joined TPG as senior advisors.  On June 10, 2010, TPG announced the acquisition of Vertafore, an insurance software provider, for $1.4 billion.  Also in 2005, TPG was involved in the acquisition of SunGard in a $11.3 billion transaction. TPG`s partners were Silver Lake Partners, Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs Capital Partners, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Providence Equity Partners and Blackstone Group. It was the largest leveraged takeover since the acquisition of RJR Nabisco in the late 1980s. At the time of its announcement, SunGard was the biggest buyout of a technology company in history, a reward that was later sold to the purchase of Freescale Semiconductor. The participation of seven companies in the consortium has been criticized by private equity investors, who have generally judged cross-country holdings among unattractive companies.   The Financial Times reported in February 2014 that TPG was considering launching an IPO which decided to remain private in March 2017. [Citation required] In 1994, TPG, Blum Capital and ACON Investments established Newbridge Capital, a joint venture to invest in emerging markets, particularly in Asia and latin America. At its peak, Newbridge managed more than $3.2 billion. Newbridge is close to TPG in Fort Worth and San Francisco with investment offices throughout the Asia-Pacific region in Hong Kong, Melbourne, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.