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Also in the News for Thursday, Jan. 25


Senate confirms Alex Azar as HHS Secretary ... Oregonians vote to fund Medicaid expansion by taxing hospitals, managed care and insurance companies ... GE's unexpected shortfall for long-term care insurance leads to SEC investigation

GE Capital announces $500 million credit for Brookdale Senior Living

GE Capital's Healthcare Financial Services said it has helped arrange a $500 million credit facility for Brookdale Senior Living Inc. HFS is administrative agent and GE Capital Markets is sole lead arranger on the transaction.

Acquisitions continue to be strategy for seniors housing growth, survey says

Two-thirds of executives in seniors housing said their primary strategy for growth in 2015 is to buy or merge with existing properties, according to a new GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services survey.

Capital expenditures expected to remain flat

Capital expenditures expected to remain flat

For healthcare companies, indications of future growth are positive, despite concerns about the cost of employee healthcare as well as the overall cost of doing business, both of which are making it difficult for middle market firms across multiple industries to maintain margins. Half of healthcare firms indicated that they saw improved performance compared to one year ago

Berkadia originates $86M package for 15 senior housing properties

Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC has originated $85.9 million for a portfolio of 15 seniors housing communities located throughout North Carolina.

GE Capital Healthcare Financial Services announces 2013 commitments

GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services announced it deployed approximately $9 billion in new commitments to customers in over 200 transactions in 2013.

Ryan joins Healthcare Finance Group

Ryan joins Healthcare Finance Group

Tommy Ryan joined Healthcare Finance Group, LLC as a senior vice president of business development in October. He will oversee expanding business development efforts in the western United States, and will be located in Salt Lake City, UT.

GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services releases executive survey

Most executives expect to pursue mergers and acquisitions as part of their growth strategy over the next year, while a third will look at recapitalization, according to a new survey from GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services.

Financial companies announce deals


Several companies announced deals or closings in the past week.