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Fresenius - the health care group

Fresenius is a global health care group with products and services for dialysis, the hospital and the medical care of patients at home.

The Fresenius Group consists of the following four business segments that are responsible for their own business operations worldwide: Fresenius Medical Care, Fresenius KabiFresenius Helios and Fresenius Vamed.


Latest news

22.07.2014
Fresenius implements stock split — first trading day planned for August 4

The stock split with capital increase from company funds approved by the Annual General Meeting in May will become effective on August 1, 2014, subject to entry in the commercial register. After close of trading, shareholders’ deposits and the stock exchange listing will be converted.

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30.06.2014
Fresenius sells Rhön-Klinikum AG stake

Fresenius today has sold its 5% stake in Rhön-Klinikum AG. Berenberg has acquired the approximately 6.9 million shares with the aim of placing them with institutional investors.

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27.06.2014
Fresenius Medical Care Makes Strategic Investments in Care Coordination

Fresenius Medical Care has entered into an agreement to invest approximately $600 million in Sound Inpatient Physicians, Inc. to become majority shareholder as part of a recapitalization of Sound, alongside existing investor TowerBrook Capital Partners and Sound’s senior leadership team. The investment clearly advances the commitment to address the full spectrum of care for chronically ill patients.

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16.06.2014
Fresenius Helios completes acquisition of HSK hospital, Wiesbaden/Germany

Fresenius Helios has completed the acquisition of HSK Dr. Horst Schmidt Kliniken in Wiesbaden after receiving municipal shareholder approval. HSK will be consolidated as of June 30, 2014.

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16.05.2014
Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA Annual General Meeting: Stock split and 21st consecutive dividend increase approved

A large majority of 99.48% Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA shareholders approved a three-for-one stock split at the company’s Annual General Meeting in Frankfurt today. Every shareholder will receive two additional shares for each share held.

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