By Keiter CPAs
Contact: Harold G. Martin, Jr., CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA, CFE | Partner, Valuation & Forensic Services
The healthcare industry is large, with many different subsectors that have unique risk profiles. Varying forms of consolidation transactions dominate many subsectors at present, with valuation multiples that differ considerably. I’ll take a look at some of these trends in the material that follows. Read more.
Harold G. Martin, Jr., is the Partner-in-Charge of Keiter’s Valuation and Forensic Services Group. He is also a member of Keiter’s Executive Committee. He has over 30 years of experience and specializes in valuation and forensic accounting, including financial investigations and litigation consulting and expert witness services. He is a frequent speaker and writer on valuation topics. Read more of Harold’s insights on our blog.
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