Helping Healthcare Organizations Fund Critical Capital Needs
What we Do
We combine extensive experience with a broad range of financial products to help healthcare organizations fund critical capital needs. As an independent financial advisor, our interests are fully aligned with those of our clients to provide objective and proactive guidance for outside funding.
Examples of our work include the following:
Plan of Finance Development
Structure and evaluate the benefits of your organization’s overall financing strategy
Solicit interest for investment banking services and/or commercial credit proposals
Capital Markets Management
Develop a strong investor relations strategy and navigate the rating update processes
Design and manage the financing process to secure optimal pricing for debt and derivative swaps
We work on retainer to monitor and optimize the composition of your organization’s portfolio
How we Help
A Trusted Financial Advisor
We start by developing an in-depth understanding of your organization’s current strategic and financial positions. Then we work with you to preserve the strength of your credit position so you can access the broadest possible funding sources and secure the right fit at the right terms.
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Talk to us today to develop the right external
financing approach for your organization
* Kaufman Hall & Associates is currently registered as a Municipal Advisor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Within the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board ("MSRB") website at www.msrb.org, you may obtain the Municipal Advisory client brochure that is posted on the MSRB website. The brochure describes the protections that may be provided by the MSRB Rules along with how to file a complaint with financial regulatory authorities. For clarity, municipal advisory services include providing advice related to the issuance of municipal securities or the use of municipal financial products.