Three bidders vie for €500m Mater Private

Multi-billion Australian investment giant understood to be the frontrunner

21st February, 2016
Mater Private

Three potential bidders from South Africa and Australia are in the race to acquire the Mater Private healthcare group from majority owner CapVest and the group’s management and staff, in a €500 million deal.

Macquarie, the multi-billion Australian investment giant, is understood to be the frontrunner in the bidding, which is being run by Investec and Rothschild.

Netcare, a South African healthcare company that was in talks last summer to buy the hospital,...

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