Mergers and acquisition – latest trends in aged care and retirement living

Rohan Harris1, Solomon Miller2

1Russell Kennedy Lawyers, Sydney, New South Wales, 2Russell Kennedy Lawyers, Melbourne, Victoria

Abstract:

There is anticipation of further consolidation of the sector leading on from the outcomes of the royal commission. Some may be looking at expanding their footprint by merger/acquisition and others will be looking at how they keep their organisations going and/or create economies of scale by seeking a merger with a larger provider rather than leave the market altogether. This session will touch on both sides of the scale.


Biography:

Rohan Harris
Rohan is based in Russell Kennedy’s Sydney office where he leads the firm’s Corporate and Commercial practice. He has a key sector focus in both aged care and retirement living areas and assists providers and operators in both the not-for-profit and private sectors, principally in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, governance, due diligence, compliance and commercial contract matters. With over 22 years’ experience, Rohan is a highly experienced and trusted commercial lawyer and works with his clients to help them pursue their commercial objectives and manage legal risk in their businesses. Rohan has also been recognised by Best Lawyers Australia for his expertise in Commercial Law in its 2022 listing.

Solomon Miller
Solomon is based in Russell Kennedy’s Melbourne office and is a principal in the firm’s Corporate & Commercial practice. He acts for a range of aged care, health and not-for-profit clients across Australia specialising in advising them on strategic governance structures, reviews, risk assessments and mergers and amalgamations. Solomon has over 20 years’ experience and has particular expertise in documenting commercial arrangements, including corporate structures, acquisitions, restructures and joint ventures.

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