In the News: Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC
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Hospital lures doctors as costs increase
Bloomberg | November 19, 2012
Simon Gisby, a Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC Managing Director, speaks to Bloomberg about new healthcare M&A trends that fit with changes starting to take place under the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Hospitals are acquiring many private practices and hiring doctors, particularly cardiologists, due to Medicare’s increased payment of hospitals for cardiology and other specialty treatments. As Simon Gisby stated, “It is part of the broader trend where physicians and hospitals are not getting paid for the number of patients they treat but how they manage the health of their patients.” Read the full article to learn more.
Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC wins M&A Atlas Award
On October 24, 2012 the Global M&A Network honored the top deals, star deal maker teams and outstanding firms in multiple categories at their M&A Atlas Awards Gala and Dinner in New York. Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC is pleased to announce that they were recognized with the Brazil M&A Deal of the Year, Middle Markets award for its role as exclusive financial advisor to Tredegar Corporation in its acquisition of Terphane from Vision Capital.
Fight over capital gains to have big say in Bank M&A
American Banker | June 14, 2012
Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC’s new Financial Institutions Managing Director, Sharon Weinstein, tells American Banker that bank mergers will likely slow this summer but rev up in the fall – especially if a capital gains tax hike becomes a certainty. Read the full article to learn more about Sharon Weinstein and what the rest of the year may hold for banks in the M&A market.
Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC (DCF) unwraps industry insights at Capital Roundtable’s packaging event May 17, 2012
At Capital Roundtable’s Private Equity Investing in Packaging Companies event in New York, Will Frame, DCF Managing Director, shared industry insights as he spoke on a panel that discussed sourcing, exits, and consolidation in the packaging industry.
Companies set to unleash the (cash) hoards
CFO.com | January 24, 2012
“In the status quo of this century’s second decade, companies have been tightfisted with their cash reserves, which for U.S. nonfinancial companies now total nearly $2 trillion. At the same time, boards and investors appear to be patient, says Justin Silber, Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC Managing Director. For now, Silber suggests, boards aren’t putting pressure on management to deploy cash. ‘Boards are being more conservative,’ Silber says.”