Continuing yield compression generated additional valuation gains in Q3, while selective acquisitions continue at MedicX. The EU referendum result has no impact on the fundamental drivers of primary care and we doubt that the political will to deliver healthcare reforms will be dented. As a long-term investor in a broad portfolio of modern primary care properties, MedicX Fund has very secure, long-term cash flows to support the c 6.7% progressive dividend yield, while portfolio growth is increasing dividend cover. Lease duration is long and quasi-government backed, while debt is of similar duration with the cost fixed (gearing of 52.3% at 31 March 2016).

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