H2C Advises Vizient on the Divestiture of its Contract Labor Management Business
NEW YORK – October 2021 – H2C Securities Inc. (“H2C”), a healthcare-focused strategic advisory and investment banking firm, served as the financial advisor to Vizient, Inc. (“Vizient”) on its divestiture of the Contract Labor Management (“CLM”) business to Aya Healthcare, Inc. (“Aya”), which will transition it to Vaya Workforce Solutions (“Vaya”), a new subsidiary of Aya.
The real estate team at H2C Securities Inc. (“H2C”), a healthcare-focused strategic advisory and investment banking firm, served as the exclusive advisor to a privately held joint venture between Arbah Capital, Madison Marquette...
H2C Sources Shariah-Compliant Construction Financing for the Development of a Senior Living Community on Florida’s West Coast
H2C Secures Construction Debt for the Development of an Inpatient Rehabilitation and Long-Term Acute Care Facility in Ohio
H2C Securities Inc. (“H2C”), a healthcare-focused strategic advisory and investment banking firm, served as the exclusive financial advisor to a privately held joint venture that is developing a 62-bed, 74,640- square-foot...
H2C Leads Real Estate Monetizations for Yuma Regional Medical Center
Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC’s (“H2C”) real estate team served as the exclusive advisor to Yuma Regional Medical Center (“YRMC” or the “System”) on the monetization of an 11-property healthcare real estate and administrative office portfolio (the “Portfolio”) located throughout greater Yuma, Ariz.
H2C Structures Joint Venture to Launch Tax-Advantaged Fund for Investment in Seniors Housing & Care
H2C Securities Inc. (“H2C”), a healthcare-focused investment banking firm, served as the exclusive financial advisor to American Healthcare Investment, LLC (“AHI”) in the formation of a joint venture between AHI and Cascade Capital Group (“Cascade”).
Unlocking Value In Healthcare Real Estate Portfolios
The MOB sector continues to show remarkable resilience in pricing, an H2C analysis shows, indicating a sustained level of market interest in the MOB space, particularly from private and institutional investors. As COVID-19 created uncertainty in other real estate asset classes, such as retail and hospitality, we’ve seen investor interest in MOBs rise.