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Andy Labovitz is a Director in the Firm’s Health Systems M&A Group with a primary focus on strategic partnership transactions involving hospitals and healthcare systems. Mr. Labovitz joined Cain Brothers in 2003 with 11 years of financial industry experience in the fixed income and derivatives markets. Mr. Labovitz’s notable transactions include CharterCARE Health Partners’ joint venture with Prospect Medical Holdings, the University of Louisville’s joint operating agreement with KentuckyOne, Penn State Health’s affiliation with St. Joseph Regional Health Network, Somerset Medical Center’s merger with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s merger with Highmark.
Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Labovitz was a Vice President in AIG’s Structured Products Group, originating and executing structured credit transactions. Mr. Labovitz began his career at JP Morgan, rising to Vice President, while working on interest rate derivative analytics and asset-backed securitization transactions.
Mr. Labovitz earned a BA in Computer Science from Bucknell University and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.