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healthcare transaction summary 2017

28 July 2017

As a leader in healthcare advice, we offer heavyweight corporate, commercial, banking and property practices alongside specialist health and social care teams. Our expert advisers combine private sector commercial awareness with in-depth knowledge of the healthcare sector. 2017 has already been another strong year for our healthcare mergers & acquisition (M&A) teams, with a further increase in deal activity in the sector.

Please click the button below to download our second healthcare transaction update which focuses exclusively on deals completed in the health sector. For more information on our corporate healthcare team or on any of our services please contact Oliver Pritchard.

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