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HEALTHCARE | Staff Reporter, Singapore
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Fullerton Health completes acquisition of 60% stake in Intellicare Group

This marks its entry into the Philippine market.

Fullerton Healthcare Corporation Limited announced that following the announcement on 11 December 2017, the pre-conditions for completion of the acquisition of a 60% stake in the Intellicare Group have now been satisfied and completion has taken place. 

The acquisition marks Fullerton Health’s entry into the Philippines, an important market in Asia Pacific underpinned by attractive underlying growth drivers.

Founded in 1995, the Intellicare Group comprises three companies: Asalus, a health maintenance organisation (“HMO”) engaged in the delivery of managed healthcare services via comprehensive,
systematic and prevention-oriented health maintenance programmes; Avega, a provider of Third Party Administration (“TPA”) services to corporate clients; and Aventus, a professionally managed
clinic network with nine outpatient clinic branches and eight mobile clinics.

The Intellicare Group is strategically aligned with Fullerton Health’s vision of being Asia Pacific’s pre-eminent total healthcare solution provider. The acquisition reinforces Fullerton Health’s strategy of developing its presence in markets across the Asia Pacific region and is aligned to the ambition of providing accessible, affordable and sustainable healthcare.

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