AMPERE Gestion, in partnership with MNH/nehs Group and French institutional investors (including MAIF), have created a real estate development entity to finance the renovation of medical social services infrastructure with a view to making hospitals more attractive for staff and patients alike. Since its creation, the entity has already raised almost €110 million in equity from CDC Habitat, MNH/nehs Group and other French institutional investors and it aims to invest €400 million over five years in acquiring new assets and restructuring the sector.
The new entity is committed to meeting two key national challenges:
- partnering the restructuring of the long-term care sector and developing an offering of affordable daily rates for nursing homes and residences for autonomous elderly people;
- redeveloping hospital real estate to improve working conditions for personnel and make hospitals more attractive for carers, patients and their families as part of a coherent urban development strategy.
The entity’s general investment principles — supported by all of the investors — reflect the imperatives and challenges facing stakeholders in the medical social services and hospitals sector.
the real estate development entity aims to partner operators and hospitals and harness this new drive to upgrade, restructure and redevelop medical social services and hospitals infrastructure in order to meet the challenges of an ageing population. CDC Habitat, with the backing of Caisse des Dépôts and Banque des Territoires, are using this operation to reaffirm their commitment to their public service missionVincent Mahé
Chairman of AMPERE Gestion