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Singapore: Doctor Anywhere raises US$27m Series B

In one of the largest recent financing rounds raised by a Singapore healthtech start-up, Singapore-based healthtech company Doctor Anywhere has raised US$27m Series B...

New Zealand: Arvida extends banking facilities

Following the rapid progress of the Covid-19 crisis, retirement home operator Arvida says that it has refinanced its existing bank debt facilities with its...

Sweden: Hemsö draws down SKr1.1bn to support construction projects

Hemsö, an owner of properties for public use in Sweden, has drawn a new tranche of SKr1.1bn (US$108.8m) financing, in support of construction of...

Sweden: IRRAS to raise SKr217m in rights issue

Swedish medtech company IRRAS is to raise SKr217m (US$22.3m) in a fully underwritten rights issue to help commercialise its products. It is selling 37.5 million...

Australasia: Healthcare companies scrap FY20 guidance

A number of healthcare companies in Australia have faced up to the challenges of Covid-19 and have scrapped their financial guidance for the year. Craig...

Singapore: Biolidics raises S$3.13m from private placement

Cancer diagnostics company Biolidics is to raise S$3.13m (US$2.2m) from a share placement exercise. It intends to issue 17.9 million shares at S$0.175 per share....

Egypt: Norges Bank invests E£7.2m in Cleopatra Hospital

Norges Bank has invested E£7.2m (US$459,249) in Egypt’s largest hospital group, Cleopatra Hospital. The Norweigan bank purchased a total of 1.5 million shares, equalling...

Nigeria: Field Intelligence closes US$3.6m Series A funding

Field Intelligence has closed its US$3.6m Series A funding led by Blue Haven Initiative, with investors including Newtown Partners via the Imperial Venture Fund,...

China: Average value of top healthcare companies hits US$6.5bn

The average value of the Top 100 most valuable private healthcare companies in China is US$6.5bn, according to The Hurun Research Institute’s new “Hurun...

France: Turenne Santé invests in Banook Group

Clinical research organisation Banook Group has raised new investment from Turenne Santé, via the FPCI Capital Santé 2. Euro Capital also invested. Along with founder...