Corporate Healthcare

ECOVIS Clark Jacobs has been a specialist in the Australian and New Zealand healthcare industries for over twenty years. Our pragmatic and expert service  offering has been the hallmark of your client experience when engaged with our firm for healthcare transactions. Our penetration in the industry covers the entire breadth of stakeholders within it, from undergraduate healthcare professionals to stand alone practices, group practices and corporate groups both private and listed. Not only has our engagement covered primary health care provider stakeholders, but also non healthcare investors, lenders, and other stakeholders.

Ecovis Clark Jacobs offers a unique understanding of the health care industry that few other consulting practices can. Most other practices focus on one segment or the industry without engaging at all levels throughout the industry. It is this reason that Ecovis Clark Jacobs offers you, our clients, a competitive advantage in your industry, we fully understand both sides of a transaction. We understand the drivers of both the vendor and the purchaser and the differences between all styles of operations from small through large. Helping our clients better understand their industry through this experience enables them to expedite transactions with much greater dexterity than their peers.  It also facilitates robust start up and practice structuring with full access to our network.

Key Skillsets or “our experience”:
  • Start up
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • IM process and development
  • Benchmarking
  • Regulatory and Corporate compliance
  • Taxation and group structuring
  • Dispute resolution
  • Investment due diligence
  • State government taxation compliance
  • Consolidation
  • Cross border and transfer pricing work
Client Scenarios

Our clients value not only our expertise but our discretion and understanding that transactions are best treated confidentiality. We have acted for and continue to do so many household names in the healthcare corporate space. Our two most recent transactions were for groups with more than 50 locations in Australia and New Zealand.

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