Corporate News - Archive 2020

| Corporate News

  • Group revenues decrease by only 12 % to 29.1 million Euro despite loss of about 1/3 of treatment days
  • Consolidated net income of 2.0 million Euro
  • High utilization of the specialized centers after resumption of patient treatments

| Corporate News

Yesterday, M1 Kliniken AG successfully held its Annual General Meeting 2020. In his presentation, the Management Board gave an outline of the company's prosperous development in the 2019 financial year, which was accompanied by a significant …

| Corporate News

M1 Kliniken AG acquires about 48 % of the share capital of HAEMATO AG from MPH Health Care AG. Transfer of the HAEMATO shares within the framework of a capital increase through contribution in kind Focus of both companies on their respective core …

| Ad-hoc news

M1 Kliniken AG acquires ca. 48% of the shares of HAEMATO AG - transfer of the shares in a capital increase against contribution in kind of M1 Kliniken AG

| Corporate News

M1 Kliniken AG today published its consolidated financial statements for 2019. The M1 Group has increased its consolidated revenue by 18% to EUR 77.2 million (previous year: EUR 65.2 million) in the financial year 2019. The consolidated net profit for the year increased by 47% to 9.7 million euros.

| Corporate News

M1 Kliniken AG (ISIN: DE000A0STSQ8) publishes preliminary figures for the financial year 2019. In the past financial year, the M1 Group further strengthened its market leadership in Germany in the field of beauty medicine and accelerated its international expansion.

| Corporate News

Following the federal and state governments announcement to continue the ban on contact to at least 19/20 April 2020, M1 Kliniken AG has decided to keep its own clinics and practices closed until 24 April 2020. Internally, however, plans for the reopening have already begun.

| Ad-hoc news

The M1 Group will close all clinic and practice locations for beauty treatments from 21.03.2020. Impact of corona pandemic on sales limited so far. Offers to health authorities to use the practice infrastructure as a corona or Covid19 test centres are planned.