Eric Jordahl directs Kaufman Hall’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice. This practice focuses on helping healthcare organizations nationwide by providing Treasury-related transactional, strategic, and management support across all financial assets and liabilities.

With a finance career spanning more than three decades, Eric has extensive experience working with clients of all sizes and levels of sophistication. His areas of expertise span all of the Treasury and Capital Markets product channels: credit and capital management, external financing (including derivative transactions), treasury operations, invested assets, treasury merger integration, and enterprise resource allocation. He also works with clients to assess and refine their organizational approach to the Treasury function.

Prior to Kaufman Hall, Eric spent approximately 20 years in investment banking, advising a variety of healthcare organizations on transactions involving virtually every major asset class.

Get in touch with Eric today at 224.724.3134.

 

Specialty:

Treasury & Capital Markets

Insights from Eric Jordahl

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Building Resiliency: The Imperative for Not-for-Profit Health Systems

In business, resiliency measures a company’s ability to weather each of the three stages of dislocation: the shock of initial crisis, the fight for stabilization, and the transition to normalization. For not-for-profit hospitals and health systems, the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented assault on the core business model.
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The Multitasking Enterprise

Hospital leaders have been responding to what will likely be the biggest challenge of their careers. Read more.
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The Balance Sheet Imperative

With every day we move further away from the crisis end of the COVID-19 experience. There is still tremendous uncertainty and we are a long way from “normalization,” but it is increasingly possible and important for organizations to anticipate stabilization.
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