Dallas, Texas, July 05, 2014 - When the owner of an ambulatory center makes the decision to sell a center, the process quickly escalates into perhaps the single largest financial transaction of their life. With so many moving parts involved and so much at stake, it is important for an owner to have someone on their side who can guide the sale in the right direction. That someone would be an investment banker.
Bringing to the table experience, a network of contacts and knowledge of the market, an investment banker is essential to these types of deals being executed successfully.
In an article published by The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, experts Roger Strode of Foley & Lardner, LLP, Blayne Rush, President of Ambulatory Alliances, LLC, Kyle Bohannon, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Development at FastMed Urgent Care, and Kevin Ryan of Epstein, Becker and Green weigh in on the matter.
“[Investment bankers] will help you understand your business as the investor sees it and work with you to be prepared to tell your story and explain any risks,” explained Rush. “When buyers or investors believe that you are prepared and understand your business, they are more likely to take you seriously, believe what you are telling them and increase the purchase price and improve the terms they offer.”
The Ambulatory M&A Advisor is an online publication that covers the most up-to-date trends and topics surrounding ambulatory care center deal making, including information on investment banking in the ambulatory care realm. To read this article and others like it, visit the publication at www.ambulatoryadvisor.com.
Blayne Rush, MHP, MBA
Ambulatory Alliances, LLC
18181 Midway Rd Ste 200
Dallas, Texas 75287