British healthcare fund targets Ireland
Firm has identified £50m worth of projects here
MedicX Fund, the £351 million healthcare investment property and development company listed on the London Stock Exchange, has told investors it had identified a pipeline of £50 million in new projects in Ireland.
In its annual results this month MedicX said it had three investments in Ireland under construction with a completed value of €29.2 million. David Staples, chairman of MedicX, said: “The Republic of Ireland demonstrates similar demographic pressures and political will [to its...
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