Eugene Goldenberg

Director, Cain Brothers

Eugene Goldenberg is a Director in the Firm’s Corporate M&A Advisory practice. Mr. Goldenberg joined Cain Brothers in 2012 with over 6 years’ healthcare services equity research experience covering many of the same sector verticals where he now utilizes his advisory and deal execution capabilities. Mr. Goldenberg’s recent notable transactions include the sale of St. Croix Hospice to the Vistria Group, the sale of TMG Health (a subsidiary of HCSC) to Cognizant Technology Solutions, the sale of New Century Hospice to Curo Health Services, a private placement by Coliseum Capital on behalf of BioScrip, the sale of Salveo Specialty Pharmacy to Catamaran, LASIK Vision Institute’s acquisition of TLC Laser Eye Centers, the sale of LCA-Vision to PhotoMedex, and the sale of BioScrip’s Home Health Services Business to LHC Group.

Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Goldenberg was a Senior Equity Research Analyst at BB&T Capital Markets, where he focused on various healthcare services verticals, including Post-Acute Care (Home Health, Hospice, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals), as well as Pharmacy Benefit Managers, Specialty Supplies Distribution, Community-Based Services, Specialty Pharmacy, Home Infusion, Healthcare IT, and Wellness / Disease Management.

Mr. Goldenberg’s prior experience also includes working within Morgan Stanley’s Controller Financial Reporting group.

Mr. Goldenberg graduated with high honors from Rutgers University with a BS in Finance and a minor in Art History.

Todd Rudsenke

Managing Director, Cain Brothers & Company, LLC

Todd Rudsenske co-leads Cain Brothers’ Behavioral Health Advisory practice and leads the Firm’s Financial Sponsors and Corporate Private Placement Advisory practices. Mr. Rudsenske joined Cain Brothers in 2003 and has over 20 years’ experience advising private and public companies in a variety of merger and acquisition, capital raising, and strategic advisory transactions. Mr. Rudsenske’s notable transactions include the sale of Foundations Recovery Network to N Pritzker Capital Management, the sale of Remuda Ranch to The Meadows, the sale of US Community Behavioral to Bregal Partners, the sale of Camelot to Sequel, and CRC Health Group’s acquisition of Habit Opco. He is a frequent speaker on the subject of private equity investment in the healthcare sector and has also authored or coauthored several articles on the business of healthcare, one of which was published by Health Affairs. Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Rudsenske was at Merrill Lynch in that firm’s Palo Alto office specializing in equity private placements. Prior to that, Mr. Rudsenske was in Merrill Lynch’s New York office where he was focused on healthcare mergers & acquisitions for not-for-profit organizations. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Rudsenske was in Ernst & Young’s Corporate Finance Group, focusing on executing strategic transactions for that firm’s healthcare clients. He began his career on the audit staff of Ernst & Young in Dallas. Mr. Rudsenske earned a BBA in Finance and Accounting from Texas A&M University and earned his MBA from the Columbia Business School. Mr. Rudsenske is also a Certified Public Accountant.

trudsenske@cainbrothers.com

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Eugene Goldenberg

Vice President, Cain Brothers

Eugene Goldenberg is a Vice President in the Firm’s Corporate M&A Advisory practice. Mr. Goldenberg joined Cain Brothers in 2012 with over 6 years’ healthcare services equity research experience covering many of the same sector verticals where he now utilizes his advisory and deal execution capabilities. Mr. Goldenberg’s recent notable transactions include a private placement by Coliseum Capital on behalf of BioScrip, the sale of Salveo Specialty Pharmacy to Catamaran, LASIK Vision Institute’s acquisition of TLC Laser Eye Centers, the sale of LCA-Vision to PhotoMedex, and the sale of BioScrip’s Home Health Services Business to LHC Group. Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Goldenberg was a Senior Equity Research Analyst at BB&T Capital Markets, where he focused on various healthcare services verticals, including Post-Acute Care (Home Health, Hospice, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals), as well as Pharmacy Benefit Managers, Specialty Supplies Distribution, Community-Based Services, Specialty Pharmacy, Home Infusion, Healthcare IT, and Wellness / Disease Management. Mr. Goldenberg’s prior experience also includes working within Morgan Stanley’s Controller Financial Reporting group.

EGoldenberg@cainbrothers.com

www.cainbrothers.com

Cain Brothers & Company

Cain Brothers is an employee-owned investment banking and strategic advisory firm that focuses exclusively on the medical services and medical technology industries and their related businesses. Cain Brothers’ client base is primarily composed of nonprofit and investor-owned health care service providers, third-party payors, medical technology companies, and companies that provide services to the health care industry such as information technology and real estate companies.


Cain Brothers In The News

  • Cain Brothers Finances CCRC Construction On College Campus
    Many have extolled the advantages of senior care communities partnering with universities. Through collaborative programming, the relationship helps keep seniors engaged with other generations, and students in turn can benefit from the residents’ years of wisdom and experiences. With that in mind, a partnership between an affiliate of... Read more
    Published on: January 25, 2018 By Steve Monroe
  • Cain Brothers and Pilgrim’s Place
    Pilgrim’s Place, a not-for-profit CCRC in Claremont, California was originally established over 100 years ago, and now is planning a $9 million renovation with the help of a $36 million tax-exempt bond issuance from Cain Brothers. The community has grown over the years to feature 182 independent living... Read more
    Published on: January 12, 2017 By Steve Monroe
  • Partner in post-acute
    To finance its recent acquisition of Spectrum Professional Services, an investor group led by healthcare M&A investor Beecken Petty O’Keefe and Company recently received a $110.5 million senior secured credit facility arranged by Capital One Healthcare, which served as administrative agent and lead book-runner. Spectrum is a rehabilitative... Read more
    Published on: May 05, 2016 By Steve Monroe
  • Expansion project receives funding
    A retirement community in Dallas, Oregon originally planned to expand its campus in 2007, but had to put in on hold during the Great Recession (bet that’s not the first time you’ve heard that). But now, the project is off the ground thanks in large part to a... Read more
    Published on: September 04, 2015 By Steve Monroe
  • Cain Bros. arranges two HUD loans
    Cain Brothers Funding, the mortgage banking affiliate of Cain Brothers, arranged $31.5 million in HUD financing for two clients in California and New York. The first was a $13.67 million HUD mortgage loan for Eskaton Senior Living Communities to refinance a 105-bed non-profit assisted living community in Northern California.... Read more
    Published on: July 10, 2015 By Steve Monroe

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Todd Rudsenske

1603trudsenskeManaging Director, Cain Brothers & Company, LLC

Todd Rudsenske co-leads Cain Brothers’ Behavioral Health Advisory practice and leads the Firm’s Financial Sponsors and Corporate Private Placement Advisory practices. Mr. Rudsenske joined Cain Brothers in 2003 and has over 20 years’ experience advising private and public companies in a variety of merger and acquisition, capital raising, and strategic advisory transactions. Mr. Rudsenske’s notable transactions include the sale of Foundations Recovery Network to N Pritzker Capital Management, the sale of Remuda Ranch to The Meadows, the sale of US Community Behavioral to Bregal Partners, the sale of Camelot to Sequel, and CRC Health Group’s acquisition of Habit Opco. He is a frequent speaker on the subject of private equity investment in the healthcare sector and has also authored or co-authored several articles on the business of healthcare, one of which was published by Health Affairs.

Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Rudsenske was at Merrill Lynch in that firm’s Palo Alto office specializing in equity private placements. Prior to that, Mr. Rudsenske was in Merrill Lynch’s New York office where he was focused on healthcare mergers & acquisitions for not-for-profit organizations. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Rudsenske was in Ernst & Young’s Corporate Finance Group, focusing on executing strategic transactions for that firm’s healthcare clients. He began his career on the audit staff of Ernst & Young in Dallas.

Mr. Rudsenske earned a BBA in Finance and Accounting from Texas A&M University and earned his MBA from the Columbia Business School. Mr. Rudsenske is also a Certified Public Accountant.