Managing Director, Healthcare Finance
Warbird offers its Financial Advisory and Debt Management services through Warbird Municipal Advisors, LLC (WMA) and Warbird Consulting Partners and advises clients throughout the financing process lifecycle. Warbird provides healthcare organizations with an experienced partner, providing practical advice, custom solutions, and transaction execution services with tangible results.
Debt Management During A Crisis Webinar
Conversations with the MarketPlace presents a panel discussion with key professionals in bond and debt financings for non-profit hospitals (institutional investors, bond counsel, and a trustee bank), as well as work-out/bankruptcy legal counsel. The panel discussion will focus on the significant negative impacts of a financial crisis like COVID-19 or other financial downturns experienced by many hospitals’, and the process, key factors, and key decisions involved in directly addressing and successfully resolving a rate or other bond covenant technical or actual default. The purpose of the webinar is to help hospital leadership learn how to navigate these difficult and tricky waters best, should they be encountered. Panelists will provide their expert perspectives on the key issues, including transparency, communications, likely result, timing, and process. Formulating, presenting, and clarifying the “hospital story” will be an important component of the discussion. The interactive dialogue will allow participants to react to different scenarios and adjust their thoughts and internal and external plans accordingly.
The event is facilitated by:
Jim Gravel, Sr. CFO Warbird Consulting Partners (formerly from Catholic Health Partners of Cincinnati – Now Mercy Health System) – Emcee
Ron Long, Sr. CFO Warbird Consulting Partners (formerly the CFO of Texas Health Resources in Dallas) – Q&A Mgmt.
Our panel includes:
Gordon Gendler – UMB Bank
Ian Hammel – Mintz Levin
David J. Kates – Chapman and Cutler
Marcy Lash – T. Rowe Price
Rob Yolland – Franklin Templeton
This presentation is a unique event with perspectives from a panel of experts rarely seen in a group setting. It will provide much-needed advice and counsel to hospitals who might be struggling to avoid a technical or real default or cope with the lower net margin and EBIDTA, debt covenants, and other restrictions. The conversation is also designed to be a learning experience for both veteran and newer hospital financial leadership to deal with a financial crisis.
Debt Management During A Crisis Podcast
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Managing Director, Healthcare Finance
Jordan has 26 years of experience in healthcare finance in a variety of positions, including a healthcare commercial lender, a rating agency analyst and manager, a senior financial executive at a large healthcare provider, a healthcare investment banker and a healthcare financial consultant. His clients have included hospitals and health systems, senior living facilities, physician practices and other healthcare-related entities. His career has focused on all areas of healthcare finance, including capital budgeting and business plans, budgeting and financial projections, supply chain, treasury (including assets, debt and capital markets), revenue cycle, information technology, credit analysis, mergers and acquisitions and other healthcare activities.
Prior to Warbird, Jordan worked for Cain Brothers, where, as managing director, he worked on a variety of healthcare investment banking projects, including bond issues, direct bank placements, mergers and acquisitions, real estate development and asset management. Previously, he was a healthcare investment banker with Raymond James & Associates, Morgan Keegan & Co. and Piper Jaffray & Co.; Director, Finance with UPMC Health System, the manager of the healthcare ratings group at Fitch and a healthcare commercial lender with Comerica.
Jordan earned his BA at the University of Michigan and his MBA at the University of Notre Dame.