Netcare Limited. JSE: NTC

Netcare shares

Background of Netcare

[info_list font_size_icon=”24″][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]Netcare Limited is an investment holding company which, through its subsidiaries, operates the largest private hospital network in South Africa and the UK, whilst also providing primary healthcare, emergency medical and renal dialysis services.[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]The company was established in 1996 and Netcare shares were listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in the same year. The group’s history in the UK started in 2001, with Netcare winning contracts with The Opthalmic Chain and Greater Manchester Surgical Centre in 2002. Netcare went on to buy a controlling stake in the General Healthcare Group, the UK’s largest private hospital operator. [/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]The group owns and manages 57 hospitals in South Africa and Lesotho, and additional divisions include Netcare 911, Medicross centres, Prime Cure Clinics, BMI Healthcare in the UK and complementary services. Netcare is also recognised as the largest private trainer of emergency personnel and healthcare workers in South Africa.[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]Netcare has over 28 000 employees and recorded revenue of R33 billion in 2015. The live online stocks chart shows that Netcare share price has historically performed well for investors who buy them.[/info_list_item][/info_list]

Netcare Shares Growth Driver

[info_list icon_color=”#0c0c0c” font_size_icon=”24″][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-line-chart”]Netcare strategically aims to provide efficient, responsive quality care through a combination of core hospital business and increased buy into ancillary health services. The group managed to increase profits by 16.4% to R2.4 billion in the 2015 financial year, and data for the first six months of 2016 has been equally impressive. Profits for the period rose by more than 20% to R1.3 billion, driven primarily by the successful rollout of an expansion programme, in which 584 new beds were added to its South African portfolio. There was also a major restructure of operations in the UK. Despite a shift in private patients to the National Healthcare Service (NHS), UK operations managed to increase operating profit by 103% to £13.6 million. BMI Healthcare plans to buy into approximately £43 million worth of capital projects in the short-term to enhance its hospital infrastructure and meet the supply gap between what the NHS provides and patient needs.[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-line-chart”]The South African operations have benefitted from strong demand for private healthcare services, despite the slow economic growth in the country. Other divisions also had steady performance. Demand for private healthcare in South Africa is expected to remain resilient, and efficiency benefits are expected from IT and automation projects being implemented. Capital expenditure of R2 billion has been earmarked for completion of the Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital and other expansion projects, as well as expansions to Netcare’s service offerings.[/info_list_item][/info_list]

Netcare Group Investor Tip

[info_list icon_color=”#0c0c0c” font_size_icon=”24″][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-graduation-cap mortar-board”]From 2012 to 2015, Netcare share price experienced a strong period of growth and were a profitable buy, but the shares have since been flat in line with the economic slowdown in South Africa and the UK. The company continues to expand and enhance its reputation as a major global player in the field of private healthcare, and Netcare shares are likely to start blossoming again once economic conditions have recovered. Netcare shares continue to be marked as a good buy for investors. [/info_list_item][/info_list]

Netcare Major Shareholders

Peregrine Capital, Public Investment Corporation, Allan Gray, Stanlib Asset Management, Investec.

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How to buy Netcare Group Shares

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  1. Start by Filling in the BUY THIS SHARE form.
  2. Insert your name, email, telephone number and monthly remuneration.
  3. Then, Indicate the amount you are looking to invest in Netcare Group.
  4. Click the “ INVEST NOW” button
  5. Once we have received your info, a dedicated stock advisor will personally call you back to discuss your personal share request.
  6. Lastly, your newly appointed personal stock advisor will handle all account setups and reporting as stipulated by the financial services board of South Africa (FSB)

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