“… yearly transaction values [rising] from $41.5 billion in 2010 to $119.9 billion in 2019, for a total of about $750 billion over the last decade,” according to a report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Mark Hauser, CEO of Hauser Private Equity, predicts that this rate of growth will continue in the future years.
Businessman and investor Mark Hauser has started and grown multiple companies throughout his career. He is a self-starter with a strong work ethic. His company, Hauser Private Equity, is a hybrid private equity fund management firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California, that employs an innovative and successful approach of co-investing directly with control buyout funds in lower market and middle-market assets through partnerships. HAUSER, an insurance agency situated in Cincinnati, Ohio, is also chaired by Mark Hauser.
Investment in Healthcare by Private Equity
He explains that, according to recent data, this sector is experiencing “explosive growth” because of “a storm of expected increases in healthcare spending, enormous stores of unspent capital already devoted solely to private equity funds, and market chaos caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Mark Hauser’s Biography
Over the course of his career, Mark has amassed over $35 million in private equity assets under management and investment. At Hauser Private Equity, he is the co-founder and co-managing partner, a hybrid private equity fund management firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company was founded in 2008 as an offshoot of Hauser Capital Partners, a highly successful investment firm. Hauser Private Equity specializes in lower- to middle-market direct co-investments. A total of more than $300 million has been invested by the firm’s four funds in privately owned enterprises across a wide range of industries.
Miami University awarded Mark Hauser a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Mark Hauser worked as a vice president at Reynolds Dewitt Securities in Cincinnati early in his career. As a result of his merchant banking efforts, Mid-American Waste Systems, Future Healthcare, and Health Images all went public. Mark has held positions on the boards of consumer goods and food and beverage companies throughout his career. In addition, he has served on the boards of government-contracted security and military enterprises, digital advertising, and the textile manufacturing industries.