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How COVID-19 changed M&A transaction structure

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Despite M&A activity expected to decrease because of the COVID-19 pandemic, several deals have closed. Provident Healthcare Partners published a white paper exploring the structure of the deals that closed.

What you should know:

1. Buyers and sellers have to be flexible in this investing environment. Declining surgical volumes and decreased revenue, paired with an unwillingness from lenders to provide financing, is limiting how private equity firms can finance transactions.

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