Southern regional breakfast briefings for care sector investors, operators and managers

Posted on: July 4th, 2019

Join us with Quantuma and Christie & Co for an informal update and Q&A looking at tackling current issues facing the care sector.

October 1st – 8.30am – 10.30am, Institute of Directors, 16 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED

October 9th – 8.30am – 10.30am, Otterbourne Hill (part of Brendoncare Trust care home portfolio), Winchester

The Care sector has always faced a challenge between balancing funding and financing with regulatory conditions and resourcing. The need keeps growing across the public and private sectors, and there is no shortage of demand. But bad publicity dogs some providers, with staffing and performance being a key pressure point. How do providers attract caring top performing managers who can cope with the requirements of the sector not to mention dealing with takeovers, new owners, capricious government funding and ever-changing regulation.  And we haven’t even mentioned the “Brelephant in the room” …..

Who should attend?

• Care Home operators
• Accountants specialising in the care home sector
• Lenders to the care home sector
• Private Equity houses with an interest in the care home sector


Sessions chaired by Alexander Wood, Coffin Mew, Restructuring Partner.

  1. Current developments in the market, metrics for growth and value and how do you assess the landscape as a care home investor. Fardeen Nariman, Quantuma LLP
  2. Buying and selling care homes – current trends: what’s hot and what’s not. Christie & Co
  3. Restructuring after a merger or takeovers – managing difficult conversations with staff and users. Paul Zalkin, Quantuma LLP
  4. Managing and attracting contracted care in a regulatory environment – funding / developments in dementia care/rehab and DOLS requirements. Annabelle Vaughan, Coffin Mew Solicitors

Reserve your place now:

About Coffin Mew:

Coffin Mew is a regional law firm with offices across the South and Thames Valley areas. We advise entrepreneurs, privately-owned organisations and their owners and private landowners as they manage their commercial risk, people, corporate structures and transactions, estate and property management, and wealth management. As specialists both in our legal practice areas and also in Agriculture & Rural Business, Care & Protection, Real Estate, Private Wealth, and Technology sectors, we understand the risks and opportunities affecting businesses in these markets so we can give the best possible legal advice to our clients.

Our client focused strategy aims to bring the best people and innovation together to deliver great results for every client. By simplifying legal complexity, we help our clients manage their risk to achieve their ambitions.

About Quantuma:

Quantuma is an independent advisory boutique which acts for organisations and their stakeholders. Our team of specialists advise clients on business transactions, resolving business disputes, mitigating risk, and managing operational and financial challenges.
Our vision is to be recognised as the leading, independent business advisory firm serving the needs of mid-market and corporate companies. Our partners developed their careers in major advisory firms but have actively seized the opportunity to operate more entrepreneurially delivering the full breadth of Quantuma’s advisory offering. Our independent status means we are free from conflicts. We work alongside banks, major law practices, private equity houses, hedge funds, accountants and regulators.