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Weekly Update: HCP, Ventas, LCS Make Big Moves

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Wow. It’s been a week of big stories in senior living, involving complex transactions, notable strategic shifts and high-profile leadership changes.


The bad news: Headwinds are battering owners and operators in the industry. The good news: Companies appear to be acting decisively (and dramatically), and investors are rewarding them.


HCP, Brookdale Senior Living, Ventas and Capital Senior Living all announced big, bold moves. Even though these moves are largely in response to some tough market conditions and operational challenges, all of these companies saw their shares on the upswing this week.


One of the largest privately held senior living operators in the nation, LCS, also made headline news this week by announcing that its long-serving CEO, Ed Kenny, plans to step down. Revisit our Leadership Series interview with Kenny to hear how he rose in the ranks and what he sees for the future of senior living.


Tim Mullaney, Editor


Ventas Inc. (NYSE: VTR) is working out a deal to transition its portfolio of about 70 Elmcroft Senior Living properties into the hands of a new management company started by Kai Hsiao, former CEO of independent living giant Holiday Retirement.


In a complex series of transactions, HCP Inc. (NYSE: HCP) is moving aggressively to reduce its exposure to Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE: BKD) and restructure its portfolio.

Quote of the Week

“Even though I am entering a new chapter in my life, I remain committed to supporting LCS, Joel and the senior living industry as needed.”

Ed kenny
Outgoing CEO of Life Care Services


Capital Senior Living (NYSE: CSU) is in recovery mode. The Dallas-based provider has introduced a number of “recovery initiatives” to improve performance both operationally and financially.


Life Care Services (LCS), the third-largest U.S. senior housing operator, has promoted Joel Nelson to CEO and president.


HCP to Restructure Brookdale Portfolio




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