GCC investor acquires stake in European healthcare group

The investment arm of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Mumtalakat Holding Company, has announced the recent successful acquisition of an equity stake in KOS Group, a European healthcare group that provides long-term care and rehabilitation services, as well as hospital equipment…

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US healthcare startup raises 1.7 million USD

The US healthcare sector is making rapid strides in recovering from the level of risk present in the sector in 2015. According to Michael Palumbo, founder of Third Millenium trading, the US healthcare sector “is now at a level where…

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Abraaj capital invests 300 million USD into Indian hospital

Investors based in the Middle East are increasingly recognising the wealth of opportunity available in India’s healthcare market, which is developing rapidly. Its development is rising on an incoming tide of foreign capital, provided mainly by institutional investors from liquid…

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Oman invests 54.5 million USD into Spanish hospital

Middle Eastern investors have a well-known fondness for investing in Europe. This is perhaps highlighted most visibly in the purchase of iconic hotels in London and Paris, and the acquisition or sponsorship of high-profile football teams. These types of investment…

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UAE investors are “very excited about healthcare”

The member states of the GCC – Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – are investing heavily into healthcare ventures to support the increasingly varied healthcare needs of their rapidly growing populations. In the…

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