UDG Healthcare seeks to grow Ashfield division

The group recorded strong full-year results, with profits of over $158m

1st December, 2019
UDG Healthcare seeks to grow Ashfield division
Brendan McAtamney, Chief executive of UDG Healthcare. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin-based UDG Healthcare will target further acquisitions to help grow its Ashfield division over the coming year after reporting strong growth last week.

The Irish healthcare group recorded operating profits of more than $158 million for the 12 months to the end of September, along with 7 per cent growth in its earnings per share (EPS) to 48.4c on a constant currency basis. The performance was at the upper end of analysts’ expectations.

Announcing its full-year results,...

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