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Domus Vi

DomusVi, the third largest nursing home operator in Europe with 355 sites and more than 33,000 beds, was acquired by ICG Europe VI in July 2017 with co-investment by ICG Enterprise.

Investing in the third largest nursing home operator in Europe
Key stats
Region Europe
Date of investment July 2017
Sector Healthcare
Underlying manager ICG
Portfolio High conviction (co-investment)

In July 2017 ICG Enterprise invested in DomusVi (“Domus”) both directly and through its commitment to ICG Europe VI. 

Domus is the largest nursing home operator in Spain, the third largest in France, and with 355 sites and over 33,000 beds it is now the third largest in Europe. The company offers a full range of services for the elderly, including medical nursing homes, traditional nursing homes, residential services and home-care services.

Domus has delivered strong financial performance with further organic growth underpinned by favourable demographic and economic trends. The company has also demonstrated its ability to successfully execute significant acquisitions, creating a solid platform for continued expansion across the fragmented European market. Further, high levels of regulation and the capital intensity of the nursing home industry create effective barriers to entry.

ICG is a highly experienced investor in the sector with previous investments in France, Germany, Sweden and Finland. Additionally, ICG has supported Domus for almost 15 years, having first invested in the company in 2003, whilst ICG Enterprise had previously invested in Domus through its commitment to PAI Europe VI, from which ICG acquired the company.

For more information visit DomusVi's website.

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Net Asset Value

As of 31 July 2021
Next update: Q3 results for quarter ended 31 October 2021
Year Net assets NAV per share Share price Dividends per share
Jan 2021 £952m 1,384p 966p 24p
Jan 2020 £794m 1,152p 966p 23p
Jan 2019 £731m 1,057p 822p 22p
Jan 2018 £664m 959p 818p 21p
Jan 2017 £613m 871p 698p 20p
Jan 2016 £521m 731p 545p 11p
Jan 2015 £507m 695p 575p 15.5p
Jan 2014 £494m 677p 563p 15.5p
Jan 2013 £460m 631p 487p 5p
Jan 2012 £415m 569p 357p 5p
Jan 2011 £389m 534p 308p 2.25p
Dec 2009 £338m 464p 305p 2.25p
Dec 2008 £327m 449p 187p 4.5p