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IFC invests Rs 450 cr in Apollo Health

AHLL will use this fund to expand its network of Apollo Clinics (multi-specialty clinics), Apollo Cradle (women & children hospitals) and Apollo Diagnostics centres across India

BS B2B Bureau  |  Hyderabad 

Apollo Health and Lifestyle Ltd (AHLL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd (AHEL) and a leading player in the retail healthcare segment in India, has received investments of Rs 450 crores from World Bank's arm IFC (International Finance Corporation). This investment will fuel AHLL's expansion plans and fulfil its vision of bringing healthcare of international standards within the reach of 20 million patients each year by 2020. AHLL will use IFC's equity investment to expand its network of Apollo Clinics (multi-specialty clinics), Apollo Cradle ...

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First Published: Thu, December 01 2016. 14:39 IST
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IFC invests Rs 450 cr in Apollo Health

AHLL will use this fund to expand its network of Apollo Clinics (multi-specialty clinics), Apollo Cradle (women & children hospitals) and Apollo Diagnostics centres across India

Apollo Health and Lifestyle Ltd (AHLL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd (AHEL) and a leading player in the retail healthcare segment in India, has received investments of Rs 450 crores from World Bank's arm IFC (International Finance Corporation). This investment will fuel AHLL's expansion plans and fulfil its vision of bringing healthcare of international standards within the reach of 20 million patients each year by 2020. AHLL will use IFC's equity investment to expand its network of Apollo Clinics (multi-specialty clinics), Apollo Cradle ...

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