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Join date : 2014-02-28
but buyer is SHL again at 24.5...
is there a restriction that owners can't inject as a private placement??
- smallvilleTop contributor
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Join date : 2014-02-23
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Then Pathirage/SHL allocated 38.4 mil shares to Actis as a PP at 22/-
What kind of a crazy deal was this?
I take risks as a Trader and I select stocks based on Tech and daily Cash in/out. Therefore, my methods may not suit u.. so DYO analysis before making any decisions.
- RanaTop contributor
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Join date : 2015-12-16
Company ID: - ASIR
Date of Announcement: - 05.May.2016
Rate of Dividend: - Rs. 0.45 per share (Rs. 0.27 is tax free i.e. paid out of dividends received) / Interim Dividend
Financial Year: - 2015/2016
XD: - 16.May.2016
Payment: - 26.May.2016
Share Transfer Book Open
- The Invisible
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Join date : 2016-11-28
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ECONOMYNEXT - The Softlogic Group subsidiary Asiri Hospital Holdings Plc acquired Hemas Southern Hospitals (Private) Limited for 450 million rupees last Friday, a disclosure to the Colombo Stock Exchange said.
"The decision to enter into this transaction brings tremendous synergy to the Asiri group with the existing hospuitals and laboratories of Asiri in the southern region," the company said.
The former Hemas Group subsidiary operates the Hemas Galle hospital, which was commissioned in 2009 and has 50 beds. It was one of three Hemas hospitals.
Private healthcare is expected to play a greater part in Sri Lanka, with a rapidly ageing population, economic growth and increasing insurance penetration.
Following the acquisition, Asiri now has five hospitals with three in Colombo, one in Matara and the new unit in Galle. The bed capacity of Asiri has expanded to 634.
Another hospital with 175 beds is expected to open in Kandy next year.
Asiri's shares were trading Monday morning at 23 rupees, flat from the previous close on Friday.
The firm's net profits were up 1.8 percent from a year earlier to 392.8 million rupees in the September quarter. (Colombo/Nov05/2018)