The Watched Pot is Boiling: Healthcare M&A is Cooking
- November 15, 2021
A Call Featuring Don Ritucci, Managing Director of Healthcare M&A and Stefan Loren, Ph.D., Managing Director of Life Sciences, both of Oppenheimer
The Let’s Talk Future podcast series is committed to tackling big thematic subjects that have major investment implications. In this episode, “The Watched Pot is Boiling: Healthcare M&A is Cooking,” Don Ritucci, Managing Director of Healthcare M&A and Stefan Loren, Ph.D., Managing Director of Life Sciences, both of Oppenheimer, discuss what’s likely behind recent healthcare mergers and acquisitions, related trends in the space, and what's in store as we round the corner into 2022.
Episode Highlights Include:
The Drivers Behind Healthcare M&A
This episode discusses the drivers behind mergers and acquisitions in healthcare, from big pharma to the hottest biotechs, digital health, and the SPAC market.
Tax Changes During M&A
Given the latest infrastructure bill, tax changes are unknown, leaving retail and institutional investors in biotech and healthcare a little nervous. Our guest expert, Don Ritucci, discusses tax exchanges that may help propel the healthcare industry forward.
About our Guest
Don Ritucci joined Oppenheimer in January 2021 and was appointed Head of M&A for the Firm’s Healthcare Investment Banking Team. With a career start at UBS, Don has over 25 years of healthcare, healthcare M&A, and banking experience.
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