Mr. Kremeier is a member of Houlihan Lokey’s Healthcare Group. He has advised on a wide range of assignments, including strategic advisory, sellside and buyside M&A transactions, and equity financings. He has been involved in numerous healthcare transactions involving behavioral health providers as well as facility-based post-acute providers. Over the course of his career, he has completed over 30 transactions worth over $6 billion in enterprise value.
Before joining Houlihan Lokey, Mr. Kremeier was at JMP Securities LLC, where he focused on M&A transactions, initial public offerings, and follow-on equity offerings for companies in the healthcare services and healthcare real estate sectors. Prior to that, he was a Director of Planning & Analysis for Harrah’s Entertainment in Las Vegas. Previously, Mr. Kremeier served as a Surface Warfare Officer (Nuclear) in the U.S. Navy.
Mr. Kremeier holds a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy and an MBA in Finance from Vanderbilt University.
Mike Moran is a Principal for Team M+A @ American Healthcare Capital and has worked for the company for over 6 years. He attributes his success to relentlessly working for his clients, purely advocating in their best interest, and meticulously manage the deal process. This approach has enabled Mike to successfully represent sellers in a variety of healthcare segments which include Behavioral Health, I/DD, Home Health, Hospice, Home Care, Medical Staffing, LTC Pharmacy, and Long-Term Care Facilities (ALF + SNF). He has a B.S. in Finance and Psychology from Syracuse University and is currently based in Los Angeles, Ca.
Burk Lindsey leads Raymond James’ coverage of the health care services and provider segment. He focuses on mergers and acquisitions as well as private and public financing transactions. He has significant experience in alternate site, behavioral health, distribution, senior care, home health, and hospice and particular expertise working with health care focused private equity firms as both buyers and sellers. Over a 23-year career, he has advised on over 150 transactions with aggregate value in excess of $20 billion. Prior to joining Raymond James, he held investment banking and merchant banking positions with Equitable Securities Corporation and ING Capital Corporation, respectively, focusing on health care with both groups.
Raymond James & Associates is the largest investment banking firm in the United States based outside of New York and the nation’s largest independently owned firm. The Firm has been one of the nation’s leading middle market M&A advisors for transactions under $500 million over the last five years. The Firm’s Health Care Investment Banking Group is one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most successful middle-market health care-focused advisory services practices. Over the past three years, the Firm’s Health Care Group has advised on over 85 transactions with an aggregate value of over $11 billion. The Firm’s Health Care Investment Banking Group focuses on Health Care Services, Health Care Technology, Medical Technology, and Life Sciences, with offices in Nashville, New York, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. The Group’s bankers provide a broad range of advisory and capital-raising services to growing health care companies and health care-focused sponsor groups.
Joining the senior living industry just over 20 years ago, Tim Reilly has had extensive experience and success developing, implementing and managing HR programs, policies and services at two industry providers. In his current role as Vice President of Human Resources at Benchmark Senior Living, he is responsible for ensuring all human resource processes in the areas of talent acquisition, associate relations and legal compliance are aligned with and drive desired business results.
Tim is actively involved in the industry and serves as a Board Member for the Massachusetts Assisted Living Association and is a member of the Argentum Human Resources Executive Roundtable.
Rob is the Founder and CEO of Matchwell. Prior to Matchwell, Rob spent two decades in the staffing industry including ten years as an executive with one of the nation’s largest healthcare staffing agencies where he was an industry advisor and frequent speaker on workforce related issues. Rob sits on the Boards of Arosa and LivHome, two non-profits, and is an advisor with three additional startups. Rob is a graduate of Berry College with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy.