Credit Suisse healthcare fund raises $595m in Asia

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Credit Suisse, the Swiss-based international bank, has announced it has raised a $595m via an Asian-focused healthcare fund, exceeding its original $400m target. The Quadria Capital Fund II was managed by Quadria on behalf of Credit Suisse from its base in Singapore to invest in healthcare companies across the Asia-Pacific region, including India.  Credit Suisse said the fund has made two investments in India, in AKUMS Drugs & Pharmaceuticals and Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, in Hyderabad. Marisa Drew, CEO of impact advisory and finance at Credit Suisse, said, "Asia is also ...

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