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Acquisition news

Compass Recruitment Solutions acquires Carter Schwartz to form Compass Carter Osborne Tuesday 21st May 2024 Compass Recruitment Solutions announces the strategic acquisition of leading UK executive search boutique Carter Schwartz, merging its executive search business, Compass Executives, to form Compass Carter Osborne.   Compass Recruitment Solutions (“CRS”) announces the merger of Compass Executives (“CE”), the…

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Housing with Care: The current sector and awards launch

Housing with care models offer a valuable option for individuals who require some level of assistance or care but still wish to maintain a sense of independence and autonomy. By providing on-site care and meal services within purpose-built, self-contained households, these arrangements offer a supportive environment while allowing individuals to retain control over their living…

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Lifeways: Building A Team

Lifeways background: Lifeways is one of the UK’s largest supported living specialists, providing support to almost 5,000 people to lead more fulfilling, independent lives. The brief to Carter Schwartz: Following the appointment of CEO, Andrea Kinkade and Chair, Mark Beadle, Carter Schwartz were mandated for a quartet of roles which were key catalysts to the…

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HealthTech Outlook: Delicious food and great conversation.

The Carter Schwartz team recently hosted an engaging and delicious lunch event with discussion on the current appetite for technology in healthcare. Bringing together specialists in mid-cap PE, corporate finance, executive search, and CSuite in AI technology development, guests reflected on recently published market data, along with their professional thoughts on a rapidly evolving healthcare…

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The emergence of the Property Development Director

The UK healthcare industry is considered one of the fastest-growing sectors globally. Valuation in the healthcare sector is crucial for various purposes, including transactions, financing, investment analysis, and strategic planning. The emergence of the property development director as a crucial role at the board level in healthcare and social care businesses aligns with several industry…

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Social Care Market Activity: What to expect for 2024

Activity in the health and social care sector market is expected to rebound in the coming years, with a busier transactions market anticipated for 2024. The availability of debt had become increasingly challenging and costly since September 2022, leading to a slowdown. However, as the debt markets stabilise, we expect a full recovery by the…

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Spreading a smile and gifts this Christmas

We were truly humbled and honoured to join the Spread a Smile team at the beginning of December to pack boxes of toys and gifts for delivery to hospitals across the UK which this charity supports. Spread A Smile are our 2023 charity partner, and they support babies, children, and teens, along with their siblings…

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An insight into the Pharmacy market: Christie & Co.

Healthcare Property specialists, Christie & Co. has released its Pharmacy Market Review for 2023. The report provides a range of topics relating to the UK pharmacy business market, including market composition, employment challenges, dispensing and services activity, online pharmacy, and the finance landscape. Much of the conversation for Q1 centered around a significant number of…

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London Healthcare Conference 14 – 16 November

Carter Schwartz is delighted to be attending this year’s London Healthcare Conference hosted by Jefferies. Jefferies is a leading global investment bank and capital markets firm. The event will run from the 14th to the 16th of November, 2023 in London. To find out more about our attendance, get in touch with Press Contact: Michâela…

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A spotlight on boardroom culture & values

We all speak about the importance of culture in the workplace and the boardroom, but why do we have a hard time defining it, describing it, and identifying ways to improve it? It could be that we are trying to over-complicate quite a simple need… the need to be heard.  A need to be heard…

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