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|| Qatari and UK investment firms jointly acquired stake in MHG

qfib-argus.jpgQatar First Investment Bank recently announced that along with ARGUS Capital, a London based private equity house, acquired a 40% minority stake in Memorial Health Group (MHG), one of the leading healthcare providers in Turkey.

MHG began operations in February 2000 and is among the top two 'class A' healthcare groups in Turkey, offering high quality service with well respected physicians and state-of-the-art equipment. MHG offers a full range of medical services covering 41 branches of medicine including, but not limited to, general surgery, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, organ transplants, neurosurgery, da Vinci robotic surgery and orthopaedics.

Qatar First Investment Bank is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code EM19.

Their full press release follows



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