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NORWALK, CT – July 18, 2013 – Irving Levin Associates, Inc. will be hosting an important webcast to address buying, selling and valuing tax-exempt entities on Wednesday, August 7, 2013. The not-for-profit merger and acquisition market—specifically not-for-profit hospital and senior care businesses that acquire other not-for-profit hospital and senior care businesses—is rapidly and continually evolving. Not-for-profits typically raise capital in different fashions and from different sources than for-profit entities.

The moderator of the webcast, Glenn Fox, Esq., Partner at Saul Ewing LLP, will pose topical questions including: What drives this market? When should you buy or sell? Who’s buying what? What influences the valuation of tax-exempt entities? How do you make the deal work?

Our hand-selected panel of experts will address these issues and others—and answer any pressing questions the audience chooses to submit. Our experts include: Charles Bissell, National Practice Leader, Seniors Housing & Health Care Practice, Integra Realty Resources; Joseph Lupica, Chairman, Newpoint Health; Jeff Petty, CEO, Wesley Enhanced Living; and William Pomeranz, Managing Director, Cain Brothers.

Founded in 1948, Irving Levin Associates, Inc. is the leading publisher of newsletters, reports and online data on mergers and acquisitions data in the seniors housing and health care industry. Eleanor Meredith, Publisher and Partner, invites you to take part in this can’t-miss webcast. Find out how active the tax-exempt entity sector is today in terms of mergers and acquisitions.

“Tax-Exempt Entities M&A: Buying, Selling and Valuing” is expected to generate a stimulating discussion. If you’re interested in M&A in this sector, then you won’t want to miss this interactive webcast on Wednesday, August 7, at 1:00 pm ET. Please visit or call 800-248-1668 for more information.

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