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Banking and finance for health

Managing facilities from lenders is often complex but is an essential part of an organisation’s success. Regulation is becoming more rigorous which means funding into this area needs more tailored advice. From acquisitions and property finance to restructures and asset-based lending, our specialist banking team provide hands-on project management with an entrepreneurial approach and an in depth understanding of the health and social care sector.

We’re a trusted adviser to hundreds of healthcare providers and regulators across both public and private sectors. With one of the largest health and care law practices in the UK, our specialist lawyers provide advice across all areas of health and care law. Our unique perspective brings together public and private healthcare, allowing us to share insights that connect our clients together.

The banking and finance team are able to capitalise on the firm’s unique independent and public healthcare offering. Our ability to provide sector-focused transactional, property and regulatory advice means we win repeat work from funder and borrower clients in this sector.

Our experience in the healthcare sector covers the broad range of areas including:

  • care homes
  • pharmacies
  • dental chains
  • medtech
  • veterinary practices
  • foster care

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