From negotiating valuations, to retaining talent, to details related to net working capital and representations, dealmaking is a complex process — learn from these experts before your next transaction.
Heading into the third quarter of 2022, the economic headwinds felt strong in the middle market. U.S. inflation levels were climbing to record highs and the Federal Reserve was moving forward with a series of interest rate hikes. In its June survey of 400 owners and executives of middle market businesses, defined as those with $10 million to $2 billion in revenues, KeyBank found that most remain optimistic about their companies’ prospects in the coming months.
KeyBank and Welltower capitalize on their long relationship and industry expertise to provide higher levered financing solutions for the seniors housing industry and skilled nursing facilities through the unitranche loan program.
The affordable housing crisis has reached historic heights, with Freddie Mac estimating a U.S. housing supply deficit of 3.8 million units as of the end of 2020. Although rife with challenges, this sector is also rich with opportunities for practical innovation.
The transition to value-based care has been on the top of mind to healthcare providers for many years, but the evolution has been slow.
In its second quarter 2022 survey, KeyBank asked 400 owners and executives of middle market businesses – defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range – about their outlooks on inflation, supply chain and talent recruitment and retention. In addition to revealing the overarching mood of middle market businesses, the survey uncovered some interesting contrasts when comparing different industry sectors.
With over 10,000 digital health companies in the US, consolidation is inevitable, and the recent market correction has led many investors and CEOs to reconsider growth, financing and exit strategies.
WideOpenWest CFO John Rego shares his career insights on the importance of bankers - not banks - and the true meaning of relationship.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Americans—including Angelenos—to reevaluate the way they think about their living space. Residents of urban multifamily buildings across the country suddenly found their cozy apartments ill-suited for working remotely, facilitating social distancing and enduring lockdowns.
For decades, data analysts have struggled to consolidate structured and unstructured data for analysis by machine learning (ML) and business intelligence (BI) tools. Now, the emerging concept of the “data lakehouse” is bringing new possibilities for data science applications.
Every M&A transaction involves running a gauntlet, and each deal presents unique challenges. However, there are common issues that make concluding a deal more difficult.
After workers voluntarily quit their jobs in 2021, business owners are working harder than ever to recruit and retain top talent to keep businesses running. Learn how to navigate the new workplace landscape from leading experts.