Qscan staff keen to stay with Infratil

Qscan staff keen to stay with Infratil
Gavin Evans
Good reinvestment by Qscan Group’s existing doctor and management shareholders may reduce Infratil’s stake in the medical diagnostics firm to 56 percent, chief executive Marko Bogoievski says.The A$330 million deal announced last month is the Wellington investor’s first foray into medical technology and was conditional on staff shareholders retaining at least a 25 percent stake in the Sydney-based business. Infratil was to acquire up to 60 percent with its contract manager, Morrison & Co, coinvesting for a 15 percent stake...

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