Nordic Capital opens New York office

Stockholm-based Nordic Capital, which currently has investments totaling EUR 1.4bn in US healthcare companies, opens an office in New York this fall.

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On Monday, Nordic Capital Funds announced its investment in US-based software solutions company ArisGlobal, and today the company reveals plans to open a new permanent office in New York come fall.

The company describes the expansion to the US as a "natural evolution" to its existing activities in the market. "The US is a key global market for healthcare companies and offers opportunities that are consistent with Nordic Capital’s healthcare investment strategy for both new investments as well as existing portfolio companies," says Nordic Capital Managing Director and Partner Dr Raj Shah, who is in charge of the expansion.

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