Atrys Health, a global healthtech company that provides prevention, diagnosis and precision medical treatment, telemedicine and oncology treatment services, has amortized a total of €43 million of debt, after amortizing Mercado Alternativo de Renta Fija (MARF) bonds in the amount of €25 million.
The company has met its corporate objectives communicated to the market in November 2023 : the divestment of 100% of Conversia, the issuance of contingent convertible bonds worth €13.3 million and the amortization of debt for an amount of €43 million.
“Among the debt that the company has amortized, it is worth highlighting the early amortization, carried out on January 5th, for the nominal amount of €25 million of the Bonds issued by Atrys under the Atrys Health International 2020 Fixed Income Program that They were listed on the Marf,” as explained by the company.
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Atrys advances in its purpose of promoting the company’s organic growth in its three strategic areas
After these operations, Atrys advances in its purpose of promoting the company’s organic growth in its three strategic areas , preventive medicine, diagnosis and precision medical treatment, as well as consolidating its geographical positioning, and promoting innovation and the use of Artificial Intelligence as part of its differentiating value proposition.
According to Santiago de Torres, executive president of Atrys, “2023 has been a year of organic growth in which we have demonstrated that Atrys is a robust business with strong growth: with these operations, we strengthen the company’s financial structure and boost our leadership in the sector.”
Atrys achieved a turnover of €169.5 million in the first nine months of the year, which represented a growth of 26.2% compared to the same period of the previous year. The adjusted gross operating result (ebitda) rose to €31.8 million, 46.1% more than in the same period of 2022.
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