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Webinar: Senior Housing M&A Tactics to Win--2017

Senior Housing M&A Tactics to Win—2017

Thursday, May 4th  |  1:00pm CDT

The senior housing M&A market is hot

Owners, operators, developers and investors are targeting growth through acquisition in this lucrative market. But in order to be successful, it’s important to develop the right strategy and execution tactics.

Warren Buffet has said that all too often executives get focused on the minutia of the deal and lose sight of the big picture. Make sure the deal fits with your strategy, but don’t let the deal drive your strategy. This webinar shows you how.

Register Today: Senior Housing M&A Tactics to Win – 2017

Join experts with Plante Moran’s senior living practice and Ascension Health for a lively and informative discussion of the state of the senior living market, successful M&A strategies, and how to mitigate risk in the current environment.

Webinar highlights will include:

  • Discussion on the cyclical phases of the senior living industry
  • How to manage risks during the hyper-supply phase of industry growth
  • Successful tactics to win with an acquisition strategy

Patrick McCormick, Strategy & Operations Senior Living Partner, Plante Moran
Dan Doroftei, Strategy & Operations Senior Living Manager, Plante Moran
Daniel Stricker, Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Ascension Senior Living


Meet the Panelists

Thursday, May 4  |  1:00pm CDT
Daniel Stricker
Vice President, Strategy and Business Development
Ascension Senior Living 
Patrick McCormick 
Strategy & Operations Senior Living Partner
Plante Moran

 Daniel Doroftei  

Strategy & Operations Senior Living Manager
Plante Moran

Registration: To register for the 60 minute webinar, Senior Housing M&A Tactics to Win ─ 2017,CLICK HERE

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