Daily News: April 24, 2013

Hammond Hanlon Camp Adds Horowitz as Managing Director

Hammond Hanlon Camp (H2C), a strategic advisory and investment banking firm for the healthcare industry, announced the addition of Jason D. Horowitz as managing director in the New York office.

Horowitz will concentrate on restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and advisory work in healthcare. For over a decade, Horowitz has focused on the healthcare industry as an investment banker with significant restructuring advisory experience. He has served corporate and nonprofit clients in many capacities, including traditional M&A advisory services, capital raising transactions and bankruptcy proceedings.

“We are very pleased that Jason is joining our New York office at Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC,” said P.J. Camp, principal at H2C. “His experience, especially in restructuring and M&A, will help to expand the firm’s capabilities and further enhance the core services we offer our clients.”

“Having worked with Jason for a number of years,” added Tom Barry, also a principal at H2C, “I can attest to the commitment he brings to his client engagements and the high quality of the services he provides, together making him an exemplary investment banker.”

Prior to joining H2C, Horowitz completed numerous restructuring, M&A, strategic advisory and financial transactions within various industry groups, valued at approximately $5 billion.

He most recently served as senior vice president at Cain Brothers & Company, where he led many of the firm’s most high profile engagements. Prior to Cain Brothers, he served as an associate and analyst in investment banking at BMO Capital Markets and as an analyst at JP Morgan Chase in the Global Markets Department.

H2C is an independent strategic advisory and investment banking firm, with an exclusive focus on healthcare services and related organizations.