Cain Brothers is an employee-owned investment banking and financial advisory firm that focuses exclusively on the medical services and medical technology industries and their related businesses. Cain Brothers has one of the largest teams dedicated to the health care industry on Wall Street, with 59 bankers and traders who possess experience in all facets of the industry.
Cain Brothers is all about ideas and direct senior banker involvement with the firm's clients. Our philosophy is to roll up our sleeves and work side by side with our clients to produce innovative, market driven solutions for the many opportunities and challenges they face.
The firm's client base is primarily composed of nonprofit and investor-owned health care service providers, third-party payors, medical technology companies, and companies that provide services to the health care industry such as information technology and real estate companies. The firm was formed in 1982 based on the belief that health care organizations have unique needs that can be best addressed by professionals with a focus on the health care delivery system as a whole. The firm has grown to become one of the nation's preeminent investment banking and advisory firms to the health care industry, with offices in New York, Chicago, Houston, San Francisco, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Long Beach and Sarasota.
Cain Brothers research scans the health care industry environment to identify client challenges, trends, and solutions. Through our Strategies in Capital Finance series of white papers the firm communicates substantive strategic perspectives to senior management teams and board members. The firm also keeps its clients up to date on industry developments, interest rate changes, and equity price trends through its two newsletters, Industry Insights and Senior Health and Housing Weekly News. These publications are available here.
Cain Brothers' venture capital affiliates, CB Health Ventures and Health Enterprise Partners, invest capital in fast-growing health care service and information technology companies. – less – More from ZoomInfo »