Mark Davis, President of Healthcare Transactions Group, will moderate a panel on Nursing Home Exit Strategies at the 2011 National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum, to be held on March 8 to 10, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, California, sponsored by the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing and Care Industry (NIC).
The Session Title is: When to Hold and When to Fold: Exit Strategies for Nursing Home Sellers and Investors
The panel will include:
Alexander Fraser, Director, GI Partners, LLC
Clint Malin, Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, LTC Properties, Inc.
Greg Stapley, Executive Vice President, The Ensign Group, Inc.
This session will focus on what exit options are viable now to nursing home sellers and investors. This session focuses on the sale of skilled nursing facilities, skilled nursing facilities for sale and nursing homes for sale. What are the opportunities, restraints, risk-reward equations, investment theses, analytical models and outlook for nursing home acquisitions and recapitalizations? The session will provide detailed information on the mechanics, structure, deal terms and pricing for each prototype exit transaction. Transactions involving Private Equity, REIT Sale-Leasebacks and Distressed Turnaround Sales will be presented, with a focus on middle-market deals.
Mark Davis has also served on the Planning Committee of the Investment Forum. For further information click here.
For 20 years NIC has served debt and equity investors, operators, developers, and others engaged in meeting the expanding housing and care needs of America’s seniors by providing deal-making, networking and educational events, and groundbreaking research studies on demand and supply issues.
Last year, NIC launched the National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum, an investment-focused conference for owners, operators, investors, association leaders, and government representatives who have specific interest in the skilled nursing sector. The first annual event attracted over 600 industry leaders, and connected those who have already gone through the process of modernizing and repositioning their properties with decision-makers considering these major capital outlays.