Tesi exits its investment in health care provider Coronaria

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Coronaria is one of the largest healthcare service providers in Finland. The company has services, to name a few, for vision care, specialised care, oral health and rehabilition. Tesi first invested in the company in 2013, and was an active, long-term owner up until the exit.

In addition to Tesi, CapMan Growth will also exit its investment. Cor Group and Mandatum, on the other hand, increase their equities.

We have been an active, long-term owner in Coronaria since 2013. During that time, the company has seen its net sales grow from EUR 39 million to EUR 369 million. On top of these, Coronaria has had a significant role in developing, for instance, vision care and rehabilitation services in Finland. We are, at this moment of exit, happy to have invested in the company and with their development over the years. We wish all the best for Coronaria,” comments Juuso Puolanne, Investment Director at Tesi.

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Juuso Puolanne, Investment Director, Growth and Industrial Investments
+358 50 570 0235


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