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New Zealand: Arvida sells NZ$125m debt

Retirement home operator Arvida has followed the other aged care operators in New Zealand and turned to the debt markets to raise funds. It sold...

Switzerland: Hirslanden refinances with SFr145m debt

Switzerland’s Hirslanden Private Hospital Group has sold SFr145m (US$162.7m) fixed-rate debt to refinance outstanding debt. It sold the five-year bond at 1.25%. This was at...

Egypt: Speed Medical acquires stake in New Al Safwa Specialized Hospital Company

Speed Medical has acquired a stake in New Al Safwa Specialized Hospital Company through its subsidiary in a deal for E£185m (US$11.8m). Speed Hospitals Company...

Italy: Garofalo raises €41.8m in placement

Italy’s Garofalo Health Care has raised €41.8m (US$50.9m) in an accelerated private placement share sale. It sold 8.2 million shares or 10% of its capital...

Global: Busy week for early-stage funding and a new fund

The last week has been busy for early-stage healthcare funding with companies around the globe raising funds as well as news of the launch...

Hong Kong: Peijia Medical raises HK$993m in placement

Medical device company Peijia Medical has raised HK$993m (US$128m) in a primary share placement. It sold 33.8 million shares, or 5.1% of the enlarged issued...

India: Apollo raises Rs11.7bn to fund acquisition

Apollo Hospitals Group, India’s largest hospital chain, has raised Rs11.7bn (US$160m) through the sale of around 4.7m shares to help it buy out IHH...

Zava acquires German online consultation platform

European digital healthcare provider Zava has completed its second acquisition in less than a month after acquiring German B2B video conferencing platform sprechstunde.online. Financial details...

Global: Funding for early-stage healthcare companies remains in good shape

Healthcare funding for early-stage companies looked positively fit last week with a variety of firms in different sub-sectors raising funds. Dutch digital healthcare provider Quin...

Singapore: First REIT shareholders sign off on master lease restructure

Shareholders of First REIT, Singapore’s first listed healthcare real estate investment trust, have overwhelmingly signed off on plans to restructure the master lease agreements...