Assura posts rise in NAV, but profit falls

Doctor and patient

Assura, the primary care property investor and developer, has revealed a 6.3% rise in net asset value (NAV), but pre-tax profit slumped almost 25% by the end of its financial year.

Assura, the primary care property investor and developer, has revealed a 6.3% rise in net asset value (NAV), but pre-tax profit slumped almost 25% by the end of its financial year.

NAV per share came in at 52.4p for the 12 months to 31 March, from 49.3p last year, while pre-tax profit fell from £95.2m last year to £71.8m.

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