Oceania Healthcare (ASX:OCA) reported a lift in all key financial results for the 12 months to 31 May 2018, with its net profit soaring 72 per cent on the back of higher resale profits and new development sales.
The company which provides dementia, respite, palliative and retirement village living in New Zealand, saw its profit hit NZ$77 million. That’s 45 per cent higher than its IPO forecast of $53 million.
Its total revenue rose about 9 per cent, compared the same time last year, hitting NZ$252 million.
Its net tangible assets per security strengthen over the period to NZ$0.85, up from $0.74 (same time last year).
Shares in Oceania Healthcare (ASX:OCA) closed flat yesterday at $1.015.