Thu, 16 Sep 2021
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Purchasing a Practice and Commercial Real Estate Considerations
We are pleased to invite you to join us for an upcoming Healthcare Professional Event in partnership with MNP, Scotiabank Healthcare & Professional Banking and The Scotiabank Women Initiative™ to discuss the topic of purchasing a practice and commercial real estate considerations.
Purchasing a practice is one of the most significant transactions a professional will make in their entire career. When the stakes are this high, we know you’ll need the very best advice and support. That’s why MNP and Scotiabank are teaming up to host a webinar through The Scotiabank Women Initiative™ that delivers the answers you need to make the right decisions for your future. This will be an interactive session with a panel of experts. We’ll share key considerations of purchasing a professional practice and commercial real estate. No matter what healthcare profession you’re in, the same fundamentals apply to your purchase. We’ll review current trends and walk you through the most important planning tips.
If this topic is of interest to you, you will surely enjoy the webcast on Thursday September 16th. Please refer to the invitation details below for more information.
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