Future is bright for quality care operators

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Nearly 100 delegates attended a seminar on the future of the care sector, organised by The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and specialist consultants GLP. The event at Tankersley Manor in South Yorkshire saw attendees from private homes, group operators, and a number of healthcare professionals. Mike Wilkes, area director, RBS Global Bank & Markets, gave his considered opinion on the direction of interest rates both in the short term and looking forward over the next 10-15 years. Mike Coster, associate director, healthcare at RBS then reviewed the current trends occurring across the sector, the likely changes that will affect care homes in the future and how to make the most of out borrowing opportunities available. “For businesses in the care sector there are a number of important factors to consider when applying for financial assistance and naturally, this is something we can assist clients with,” said Mr Coster. “The care home industry needs to continually evolve to meet the more exacting market demand

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