Cain Brothers Experience
Bill Pomeranz is a Managing Director focused on public finance and strategic advisory transactions for post-acute care and senior living providers. Bill joined Cain Brothers in 1998 and has over 35 years’ experience advising post-acute care providers, CCRCs, PACE providers, and senior living facilities. Since joining Cain Brothers, Bill has obtained over $4 billion in both tax-exempt and government agency mortgage new start and expansion financings for his CCRC and long-term care clients. Bill’s notable transactions include financings for the Buck Institute for Research on Aging; tax-exempt CCRC bond issues for Moldaw Residences, Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging, Arizona State University, and the Pacific Retirement CCRCs in Portland, Ft. Worth, and Seattle. He is also very active in Senior Living and Post-Acute M&A with the sale of Meriter Retirement Community to Pacific Retirement Community, Longhorn Village to Presbyterian Brazos Homes, and the sale of Wyndemere Retirement Community to Life Care Services. He is also active in negotiating post-acute, PACE, and hospital system joint-ventures designed to monetize below performing nonprofit owned post-acute entities and real estate through partnerships that expedite acute discharge planning while creating platforms for population health management and value-based care.
Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Bill led a turnkey development firm, undertaking start-up and major long-term care expansion projects for not-for-profit senior living providers, PACE start-ups, and hospitals. He has served as a turnaround advisor on a number of failed retirement communities. Bill has particular expertise in the negotiation of post-acute care joint ventures between hospital and post-acute providers.
Bill earned a BA from the University of Illinois and an MA from the University of California, Berkeley.