Kapital 1852 has acquired a stake in Physio CKI.
Kapital 1852 has acquired a majority stake in the Physio CKI practice group as part of a combined succession plan and expansion financing. The aim of the cooperation is to expand the group's proven practice concept to other locations in the greater Rhine-Sieg and Cologne-Bonn areas in order to strengthen health care in the region. Investments in the company's digitalization are also intended to make the offering more accessible and improve the patient experience.
The Physio CKI Group provides physiotherapeutic services at the highest level in five practices in the greater Rhine-Sieg and Cologne-Bonn areas, all of which correspond to a uniform, well-thought-out corporate design and create a high-quality feel-good atmosphere. Physio CKI has a tried and tested practice concept with highly motivated employees and efficient internal structures. This makes Physio CKI a pioneer in the heterogeneous market of physiotherapeutic providers.
“With Kapital 1852 we have found a strong partner with whom we can take the next step in expanding our healthcare offering. Together we want to expand the regional availability of physiotherapeutic treatments and advice,” says Chaled Qarizada, co-founder and managing director of Physio CKI.
“We were impressed by the practice concept and the annual growth of Physio CKI. The practice group puts people at the center of every treatment and at the same time works with efficient processes. We are very much looking forward to supporting Physio CKI in its further growth and thus making the therapy offering accessible to as large a part of the population as possible,” says Sebastian Wilde, partner at Kapital 1852.
Kapital 1852 is the independent investment manager in the private markets area of Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe Privatbank AG with a direct investment fund in the area of private equity as well as funds of funds in the area of venture capital, private debt and infrastructure.
Sancovia supported the buyer with the financial due diligence.