Access to Private Capital Markets: Bank and Mezzanine Lending

June 22, 2012 – Ambulatory Alliances, LLC, a leading ambulatory surgery center investment banking firm, released the slides of its recently hosted webinar, “Access to the Private Capital Markets for Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Bank and Mezzanine Lending.”

Webinar recording

The webinar features a roundtable discussion between ASC experts Rodger Davis of Northcreek Mezzanine Fund I and Kurt Faulk of SNB Bank of Dallas, followed by a Q&A with participants. The moderator for the program is Robert Kurtz of Kurtz Creative. Topics discussed during the roundtable and Q&A includes the following:

  • Current trends influencing credit markets for ASCs
  • What banks are willing to lend on in this economy
  • Defining the market for senior debt loans
  • Defining the market for mezzanine debt loans
  • Typical loan structure
  • Typical application process for ambulatory surgery center loans
  • What is required as collateral/guarantees for ASC loans
  • Secrets lenders do not typically share


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About the Panelists:

Rodger Davis is managing partner of Northcreek Mezzanine Fund I, LP (, a $75 million SBIC mezzanine fund located in Cincinnati. Northcreek makes debt and equity investments in lower middle market companies (EBITDA $1-8 million) nationwide. Its targeted profile includes a wide variety of industries including healthcare, service, specialty manufacturing and distribution.

Kurt Faulk is senior vice president at SNB Bank of Dallas (, a $3 billion bank with a primary focus in healthcare. Kurt has 30 years of national commercial banking experience in the financial services area, and previously had a 10-year career with GE Commercial Finance Healthcare Real Estate.


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