NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

COVID-19  |  NIC Leadership Huddle  |  Seniors Housing

Pandemic 2020: Changing How Debt and Equity Partners Look at Financial Performance

By: NIC  |  June 21, 2021

The pandemic has not only affected operators and their ability to care for their residents but has also required equity and debt partners to revisit how they look at revenues, expenses and returns. In the latest NIC Leadership Huddle event, hundreds of senior housing and care leaders gathered virtually to hear from industry capital providers. The discussion focused on questions such as: Have capital providers altered their views on underwriting metrics, LTVs, recourse, and rates? Have relief funds provided through governmental programs exasperated or helped expense models? And how will COVID impact the structuring of capital on a go-forward basis?

Ideas and Discussion  |  NIC Fall Conference  |  Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

Veteran Operator Ken  Segarnick: “Lifestyle Is the  Differentiator”

By: NIC  |  June 17, 2021

As the pandemic eases, seniors housing and care operators are looking ahead. What lessons have been learned over the last 15 months to bolster consumer confidence? What strategies will boost occupancy?

NIC Fall Conference  |  Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

The 2021 NIC Fall Conference Will be In-Person

By: NIC  |  June 17, 2021

NIC is convening thousands of seniors housing and skilled nursing capital providers, operators, and sector stakeholders for the first in-person NIC event since the onset of COVID-19. The 2021 NIC Fall Conference will deliver an exceptional attendee experience which attendees of NIC conferences have come to expect – but is incorporating a few changes to adapt to the demands of a world still battling a pandemic.

Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

“Business as Usual” at People’s United: A Conversation with Matthew Huber

By: NIC  |  June 15, 2021

This past February, M&T Bank Corporation announced its intention to merge with People’s United Financial, Inc. with M&T Bank as the surviving entity. The merger—expected to close in October—brings together two powerhouse seniors housing and care lenders.