According to bank documents, the project involves provision of a senior loan to Andalusia Egypt Holding for Financial Investments, a closed joint stock company registered in Egypt, to finance its expansion in Egypt in order to provide better healthcare services to a higher number of patients in Cairo and Alexandria.
The Bank will finance Company's expansion in Egypt through the construction of a new hospital and the expansion of an existing one in Cairo. The objective of the Bank financing is to support the Company to significantly increase the level of healthcare services and to reach a higher number of patients. In addition, the long term financing of the Bank aims to strengthen the balance sheet of the Company.
The project is expected to support competitive Transition Impact by improving quality of services beyond levels existing in the market; specifically by building a new greenfield hospital in Cairo; expected to be JCI certified; a benchmark currently rare in the market.
Andalusia Group for Medical Services was founded in 1984 by the entrepreneur Dr. Darweesh Zagzoug as a single hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; and grown over 32 years to own and manage several healthcare facilities in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. It is currently one of the largest hospitals operator in Egypt.
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Mr. Ahmed Fouda
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