Proton Partners International lists on NEX Exchange
Proton Partners International lists on NEX Exchange.
Proton Partners International Limited (“The Company”) has listed on the NEX Exchange Growth Market.
Proton Partners International operates the Rutherford Cancer Centres which provide cancer services including proton beam therapy, imaging, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and radiotherapy. Rutherford Cancer Centres are operational in Newport, South Wales, Reading, Berkshire, and Northumberland. A fourth centre is under construction in Liverpool.
In addition to the Rutherford Cancer Centres, the company has three other trading subsidiaries; Rutherford Diagnostics (which will be providing diagnostic services), Rutherford Innovations (technical testing and analysis) and Rutherford Estates (facilities and property development).
The company works with world class organisations including IBA (Ion Beam Applications), which manufactures and provides proton beam therapy solutions and Philips, a leader in health technology. Both organisations are existing investors in Proton Partners International as well as with Elekta, the provider of precision radiation medicine equipment.
The company was founded in 2015 by chief executive Mike Moran and its Chief Medical Officer, Professor Karol Sikora, former head of the World Health Organisation’s cancer programme. Initial investors include the Wales Life Sciences Investment Fund and funds managed by Woodford Investment Management Limited and investment from technology suppliers including IBA and Philips, high net worth individuals and Western Provident Assurance.
Mike Moran, Chief Executive Officer of Proton Partners International said: “Our admittance to the NEX Growth Market is a reflection of the progress our company has made in four years. We have built and opened three of the most advanced cancer centres in the UK offering high energy proton beam therapy. Moving to a more structured public market environment is part of our long-term growth strategy and a development we have been planning since last year.”