In 2014 Healthcare & Higher Education were responsible for more than $50B in new issuancemore than the entire state of California.
These often underappreciated sectors are responsible for services that are essential to the nation's tax payers.
Like many other industries, these institutions are facing regulatory, technological, and demographic developments that are guaranteed to have far-reaching impacts on their business models, the creditworthiness of their existing debts ... and their future capital needs.
The Bond Buyer's Health Care & Higher Education Finance Conference, October 27, 2015 at Omni Providence Hotel in Rhode Island; will bring together senior-level institutional finance professionals, investment bankers, analysts and other municipal market participants for an in-depth analysis of the state of tax-exempt finance, the challenges and opportunities, and strategies to employ to plan for a sustainable financial future.
The conference is designed to cover the broad strokes of topics that are relevant to nonprofit institutions, as well as two tracks focusing on the finer points germane to healthcare and higher education finance.
- The Greater Complexities in Healthcare
- Provider Sponsored Health Plans
- Exploring Joint Ventures & Assessing the Range of Funding Alternatives
- Quality of Care Experts on Measurement Standards
- The Emergence of Urgent Care Clinics & the Changing Face of Primary Care Access Points
HIGHER EDUCATION Track
- Is Higher Ed On A Financial Cliff?
How To Spot Financial Distress
- Are Bricks & Mortar A Fixture Of The Past?
How To Prepare For And What To Disclose To The Potential Investors
Join more than 200 nonprofit and municipal finance professionals for an in-depth discussion addressing the latest challenges facing nonprofits ... and their solutions!
Contact Ziad Saba at (212) 803-6079 to register or for more information. Be sure to ask about group rates!
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
For information regarding sponsorships & exhibiting, please Michael Ballinger at (212) 803-8481.