Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Ascento Capital Advises the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care on Its Acquisition of Senior Living Industry Market Analytics Platform VisionLTC

NIC MAP Vision to provide significantly deeper and broader data for senior living industry

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – March 31, 2021 – (Newswire.com)

Ascento Capital represented The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) in its acquisition of senior living industry market analytics platform VisionLTC.

NIC and VisionLTC formed a new company called NIC MAP Vision that will include the NIC MAP® Data Service and provide significantly deeper and broader data for industry stakeholders. NIC will continue to invest in events, networking opportunities, research and thought leadership consistent with its mission of promoting access and choice for older adults. NIC continues to be based in Annapolis, MD, led by President and CEO Brian Jurutka.

Mr. Jurutka commented, “Ben Boissevain was instrumental in the success of NIC’s acquisition of VisionLTC. Mr. Boissevain’s senior level connections in the tech sector, decades of experience in M&A, and his background in corporate law, all contributed to a successful transaction.”

About Ascento Capital, LLC

Ascento Capital advises private and public companies on M&A and capital raise transactions, valuations and strategic consulting with an experienced team focused on the technology sector. Further information is available at www.ascentocapital.com.

CONTACT:

Ascento Capital

Ben Boissevain

Managing Partner

(646) 286-4589

[email protected]

https://twitter.com/benboissevain

https://www.linkedin.com/in/benboissevain

Press Release Service
by
Newswire.com

Original Source:

Ascento Capital Advises the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care on Its Acquisition of Senior Living Industry Market Analytics Platform VisionLTC

Written By

You may also like:

Tech & Science

It is unknown how the adversary gained access to the school district’s systems.

World

Memphis braced itself for unrest as authorities prepared to release a video depicting the fatal assault of a Black man by five police officers.

Business

The heated debate over facial recognition technology has a new flashpoint: Manhattan's celebrated Madison Square Garden.

Business

Leading automobile manufacturers are planning fully electrified fleets for the coming years.