Anxious wait for Vital investors over A$81m Healthscope investment

Jenny Ruth
Sun, 23 Dec 2018

By Jenny Ruth Dec. 24 (BusinessDesk) - Investors in Vital Healthcare Property Trust have an anxious wait to get a clearer view of whether they can recoup the A$81 million the trust’s manager has forced them to invest in ASX-listed Healthscope. Healthscope on Friday said it has given property giant Brookfield Capital Partners until Jan. 18 to come up with a firm offer.  Vital's manager, Canada-based NorthWest Healthcare Real Estate Investment Trust, acquired a stake in Healthscope in May. It wanted to position itself and Vital for any p...

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