Senior Care Merger and Acquisition Market: Profiting from the New Buyer’s Market

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Recorded March 5, 2009

The seniors' housing and care M&A market was not as quiet in 2008 as most people believe, although there was an absence of large transactions as a result of the limited availability of capital. For an exclusive tally of senior care merger and acquisition activity in 2008, and expert analysis of what has changed and what to expect this year, order a CD or Transcript today of this new SeniorCare Investor webcast.

This educational offering has been approved for 1 clock hour by the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB).

You won’t want to miss this new webcast, “Senior Care Merger and Acquisition Market: Profiting from the New Buyer’s Market.” Listen in for an exclusive first look at vital information from The Senior Care Acquisition Report, which senior care industry leaders refer to every year for transaction details and trend data. You'll have the inside scoop on what happened last year—before the Report is even published—and hear insightful commentary from our panel of experts, regarding the new buyer's market in 2009.

Here’s just some of what you’ll learn during this in-depth, 90-minute webcast:
 

Where were cap rates in 2008 and where are they going in 2009?
Who are the buyers today?
Where can you find acquisition financing, and what does it cost?
What has happened to the average price per bed and unit, and what does it mean for investors?
When will the large transactions come back to the market?
Will potential bankruptcies flood the market with properties for sale?
Plus, a chance to ask the experts your burning questions on seniors housing and care.

 

 

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Panel of Experts:

John Cobb, Executive Vice President, Chief Investment Officer, Ventas, Inc.
John D. Cobb currently serves as Ventas’s Executive Vice President, Chief Investment Officer, after serving as Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer from 2010 to 2013. During Mr. Cobb’s tenure, he and his team of investment officers developed key customer relationships and facilitated Ventas’s growth through more than $22 billion in accretive mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Ventas, Mr. Cobb served as Read More
Executive Vice President, Chief Investment Officer, Ventas, Inc.
George Hager, Genesis Healthcare
Genesis Healthcare is one of the largest skilled nursing operators in the country. Prior to becoming CEO, Mr. Hager was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and was responsible for corporate finance, information services, reimbursement and risk management. He joined Genesis in 1992 as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and was named Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in 1994. He has over 25 years Read More
Chairman and CEO, Genesis Healthcare
Chuck Herman, Executive Vice President and CIO of Health Care REIT
Chuck Herman is an Executive Vice President and the Chief Investment Officer of Health Care REIT, one of the largest health care REITs in the country, and he has held these positions since 2006.  In addition, Mr. Herman served as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of the Company from May 2004 to March 2006 and served as Vice President of Operations from August 2000 to May 2004. From 1998 to August 2000, Mr. Herman was a founding Read More
Executive Vice President and the Chief Investment Officer of Health Care REIT
  Jon E. Santemma is Managing Director in the UBS Global Healthcare Investment Banking Group. Jon E. Santemma has responsibility for health care services and has played a lead role in almost every senior housing transaction for UBS in recent years. Santemma is focused on the alternate site spectrum, including long-term care, assisted living, long-term acute care, hospice, rehabilitation and related areas, as well as health care REITs. Prior Read More
Managing Director in the UBS Global Healthcare Investment Banking Group