Attendo: Attendo will evaluate strategic alternatives for its Finnish healthcare operations
The Board of Directors of Attendo has initiated a process to evaluate
strategic options regarding its healthcare and dental care operations
in Finland, including a potential divestment.
Attendos strategy is to focus on own operations. Over the past ten
years, Attendo has grown rapidly in own operations in care for older
people and other forms of social care, both organically and through
In addition to care services, Attendo offers healthcare services in
Finland. Attendos healthcare business includes primary care,
specialist care and dental clinics and had revenues of EUR 234m in
2017. Attendos healthcare business is very well positioned to
benefit from the increased focus on freedom of choice coming in the
Finnish healthcare market.
The assessment of different strategic options will be carried out
during first half of 2018 and includes a potential divestment of the
healthcare and dental care businesses. Attendo has engaged Danske
Bank as financial adviser to assist in the evaluation.
Attendo AB (publ)
For further information, please contact:
Andreas Koch, Communications and IR-Director Attendo
Phone: +46 705 09 77 61
This information is information that Attendo AB (publ) is obliged to
make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The
information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the
contact person set out above, at 08.00 CET on 5 March 2018.
Attendo - the leading care and healthcare company in the Nordics
Attendo is the leading private provider of publicly financed care and
healthcare services in the Nordic region. The company was founded in
1985 and was first to provide outsourced care for older people in
Sweden. In addition to care for older people, Attendo provides care
for people with disabilities, individuals and families, and, in
Finland, healthcare and dental care. Attendo has more than 24 000
employees and is locally anchored with over 700 operations in more
than 200 municipalities in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.