Pandemic has caused perfect storm for medtech

Sector is attractive but risky

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Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young and Keidan

Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young and Keidan

The Covid-19 pandemic has, together with the rapid rise of medical technology and boom in M&A over the past couple of years, created something of a perfect storm for investment abuses in the medtech sector.

The pandemic itself has created an acute need for complex products with demanding levels of precision on a scale previously unknown - from antigen tests to monitoring equipment such as pulse oximeters,...

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