Healthcare Providers and Services
Company Overview of Capio AB
Capio AB provides healthcare services through its hospitals, specialist clinics, and primary care units in Sweden, Norway, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The company offers a range of medical, surgical, and psychiatric healthcare services. Capio AB was formerly known as Bure Hälsa och Sjukvård AB and changed its name to Capio AB in September 2000. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Lilla Bommen 5
PO Box 1064
Gothenburg, 405 22
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for Capio AB
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Information Technology Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Medical Officer and Head of Capio Sweden
Senior Vice President and Head of Capio Diagnostics
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Capio AB Key Developments
Nordic Capital, Apax Aiming To List Capio Before Summer
May 30 15
Apax and Nordic Capital are looking to list Capio AB before summer.
Capio Reportedly Mulls IPO in 2015
Dec 7 14
Apax Partners LLP and Nordic Capital are seeking to launch an initial public offering (IPO) for Capio AB. Apax and Nordic are planning to list Capio during the first quarter of 2015, Dagens Industri reported citing sources. Thomas Berglund, Chief Executive Officer of Capio informed Dagens Industri, there was no timetable although the current owners would of course pass over ownership at some point and that he thought it "may be good" for Capio to move to the stock exchange in the future. SEB and JP Morgan were leading advisers in the plans for a new listing in Stockholm, Dagens Industri added.
Capio AB Reports Earnings Results for the Full Year of 2013
May 8 14
Capio AB reported earnings results for the full year of 2013. For the period, the company reported total Net Sales were SEK 12,420 million, EBIT was SEK 534 million, income before tax was SEK 155 million and net profit was SEK 58 million against total Net Sales were SEK 10,417 million, EBIT was SEK 184 million, loss before tax was SEK 178 million and net loss was SEK 168 million a year ago. Operating cash flow was SEK 466 million compared to SEK 129 million a year ago. Operating cash flow in 2013 and 2012 was impacted by effects of changes in remuneration conditions for new and prolonged care contracts. The result in 2013 was above 2012, following positive effects from implemented structural changes in 2013 and prior years.
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