Sale docs land for Crescent’s pathology, bids in four weeks

The bankers said ACL serviced more than 85 hospitals, making it the largest private pathology provider for hospitals, including long-term contracts with Healthscope and St John of God. There was news of $80 million to upgrade the company’s central labs, including a “highly automated” lab in Adelaide, and use of Siemens and Roche platforms.

Revenue has increased to about $500 million a year, up from $262 million in 2016, helped along by acquisitions of St John of God and Perth Pathology in late 2016, while growth options included a recently won Defence contract, and its preferred relationship with Australia’s fastest growing GP network.

Fresh face wanted

What the flyer doesn’t talk about – but is material to the process – is the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Australian pathology is highly consolidated, with the big three players Sonic Healthcare (44.5 per cent of the market), Healius (34.4 per cent) and

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Leaked Bank Docs Show Money Laundering Ties to Real Estate

2701 Jockey Circle in Davie, FL (Google Maps, iStock)

2701 Jockey Circle in Davie, FL (Google Maps, iStock)

A group of South Florida property owners’ alleged ties to global money laundering are revealed in newly leaked bank documents.

A family who owns a home worth more than $2 million in the Jockey Circle neighborhood in Davie and a man accused of buying an $850,000 Tudor cottage in Davie with drug money are among the property owners emerging from a trove of suspicious activity reports, according to the Miami Herald.

The reports are documents collected and analyzed by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, to find potential money laundering.

The Ceballos family of Davie were flagged for $260 million in transactions from April 2013 to January 2014 that looked suspicious to a bank. Venezuela’s national oil company and an anti-poverty program were among the government agencies that made large payments to Ceballos companies, according to the Herald. Companies tied

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