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Care Business Briefing - Deal activity/dynamics in the healthcare sector

30 November 2021

This webinar took place on Tuesday 30 November 2021 and is now available on-demand.


Join Browne Jacobson and Virgin Money for an on-demand webinar as they discussed their thoughts on the outlook for acquisition activity and funding in the health and care sectors.

In this webinar our speakers looked forward into 2022 and considered if the strong liquidity for debt will continue, acquisition activity levels and multiples in the sector, who will be buying (PE/trade), the potential spike in acquisitions ahead of the 2022 budget if CGT rates may increase etc.

The session is chaired by Joel Nixon, Senior Associate at Browne Jacobson and the speakers are:

  • Emma Hinton - Partner, Browne Jacobson
  • Jamie Stuart - Deputy Head of Health and Social Care, Virgin Money
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Our speakers

Joel Nixon

Joel Nixon

Senior Associate

Joel is a corporate commercial lawyer and provides advice to our independent and public sector clients, as well as startups and emerging companies in the health and social care sector.

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Emma Hinton

Emma Hinton

Partner

Emma Hinton specialises in acquisitions, refinancing, property finance and other aspects of finance including derivatives; acts for UK and international clients including corporates, banks and other funders.

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